200 episodes

Real people telling their sometimes funny, sometimes sad, but always real stories from the Push Comedy Theater stage.

Tell Me More... Live Storytellin‪g‬ TMM Productions

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.6 • 12 Ratings

Real people telling their sometimes funny, sometimes sad, but always real stories from the Push Comedy Theater stage.

    Greedy for a Little Control

    Greedy for a Little Control

    Marriage, work, life…. so much control we do and don’t have. Taylor Kinter traveled to the idea of “control” from the theme of the night “greed.”

    The Push Comedy Theater could use your support through this time of social distancing and sanitizing everything. Visit www.pushcomedytheater.com to purchase a gift certificate for a future show or donate a few dollars out of the goodness of your heart.



    CONTENT WARNINGS:

    All episodes may contain strong language.

    Featured photo by Brendan Kennedy





    What is Tell Me More… Live Storytelling? Everyone has a story. There are plenty of storytelling events around the world to showcase them. We’re not that different – except we tell stories from a small stage in a mid-size military town. Come see the show at the Push Comedy Theater in Norfolk, Va.







    Take a look at our schedule for show dates.







    Do you have a story that fits one of our themes? Pitch it!

    • 9 min
    Here's where the greed question comes in

    Here's where the greed question comes in

    Rick Krupnick shared his story in August. We’re just getting around to producing it with a special intro from Deb and James. COVID-19 closed the Push Comedy Theater, and, thus, shut down Tell Me More… Live Storytelling too. We have a bunch of recordings to get us through. (It’s not like we make bank anyway.) The Push, however, is depending on Facebook livestreams, video-conferencing, and the kindness of friends and strangers. Visit www.pushcomedytheater.com to purchase a gift certificate for a future show or to just outright donate a few dollars. We look forward to seeing you soon-ish!



    CONTENT WARNINGS:

    All episodes may contain strong language.

    Featured photo by Brendan Kennedy





    What is Tell Me More… Live Storytelling? Everyone has a story. There are plenty of storytelling events around the world to showcase them. We’re not that different – except we tell stories from a small stage in a mid-size military town. Come see the show at the Push Comedy Theater in Norfolk, Va.







    Take a look at our schedule for show dates.







    Do you have a story that fits one of our themes? Pitch it!

    • 29 min
    Star rating on the idea of endurance

    Star rating on the idea of endurance

    Ryan McIntyre tells us about his favorite author, his mom, hospitals, trauma, and endurance. 



    CONTENT WARNINGS:

    All episodes may contain strong language.

    Featured photo by Brendan Kennedy





    What is Tell Me More… Live Storytelling? Everyone has a story. There are plenty of storytelling events around the world to showcase them. We’re not that different – except we tell stories from a small stage in a mid-size military town. Come see the show at the Push Comedy Theater in Norfolk, Va.







    Take a look at our schedule for show dates.







    Do you have a story that fits one of our themes? Pitch it!

    • 20 min
    A friend in the passenger’s seat is too drunk to drive

    A friend in the passenger’s seat is too drunk to drive

    Jessa Elizabeth, right, has a message: Two thumbs up it. But seriously... don't drink and drive.

    • 22 min
    To be a camp counselor

    To be a camp counselor

    Harvest Bellante shares her years as a camp counselor and glutton for punishment.

    • 18 min
    I was always the fat kid

    I was always the fat kid

    Justin Kosch family mourned with food, celebrated with food, and passed the time with food. When he got to 346, he decided he needed to do something about it. But it’s not that easy.

    • 13 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Misha Bean ,

Some solid stories

But the way the host says, “tell me more” in the intro and outro bothers me so much that I have to unsubscribe. I’ve tried powering through and I don’t really understand the depth of which it bothers me but I just can’t do it anymore. If I had to guess it would be because it sounds so inauthentic and just kind of icky.

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