Jude Treder-Wolff

Complete information about this show available at www.mostlytruethings.com
(mostly) TRUE THINGS is a game wrapped in a storytelling show, featuring true stories told by people drawn from the fantastic pool of Moth-winning, comedy-wrangling, heartstrings-pulling storytellers in the New York area, - and now beyond New York with shows in the midwest. The game is this: one storyteller tells the unvarnished truth, 3 storytellers include little white ies. The audience gets to question the storytellers, who can improvise their answers, then vote for the person they think told it straight. With some improvised story-inspired music and songs written for the show by host/creator Jude Treder-Wolff and Wells Hanley. Its a high-energy, often hilarious, always-entertaining show with an audience that is a ton of fun. There are prizes involved if you can believe a thing like that.

2018 (mostly) TRUE THINGS Schedule

Sat June 30, 2018 8 pm
Fundraiser for Golden Hills RC&D
Cottonwood Pavilion
1309 Ferguson Road
Shenandoah, Iowa
6:00-6:30 -happy hour
6:30-7:30 - dinner
8:00 pm - show
Tickets - for dinner and show $40; for just show $20; doors open for the show at 7:30 pm

Saturday Sept. 29, 2018 7 pm
The Performing Arts Studio
224. E. Main St.
Port Jefferson, NY

Reviews of (mostly) TRUE THINGS

Find out more about this show at www.mostlytruethings.com

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"There's laughter in the room as Jude Treder-Wolff opens her second storytelling slam 'mostly true things' one Saturday evening with her own penned song about small fibs and big omissions. 'we all do it,' she says to the crowd. 'we all twist the truth.'

In fact, that is the basis of the night's event. to hear four stories and figure out which three contain some lies and which one is the absolute truth. 'its to get people to listen and engage,' says Treder-Wolff, a psychotherapist and a creative arts therapist ... "Newsday feature article by Stacey Altherr

"A great show with a fantastic environment. Perfect to bring a loved one or a night with friends. Highly recommend." Diane Caruso, PushPause TV

"There's nothing that matters more to me than hearing peoples' stories. It stirs my soul and in each storytelling you find the laughter within the lesson. Get out and spend some time with friends attending (mostly) TRUE THINGS- in a world of uncertainty its so important we listen to the stories, find the connect and embrace the laughter." Fran Valentino, LCSW

"Yes stories can change the world. Finding voice for my story changed my life." Alicia R. Peterson http://www.aliciarpeterson.com

"An extremely entertaining and thought provoking show. Everyone involved is extremely talented. I wish I could make it to more of these." - Mike Toth

"Best variety hour of entertainment on Long Island!" - John Martin

"So much fun. This show has everything! Stories. Music. Comedy. Heart." - Debbie Zelizer

"(mostly) TRUE THINGS is a unique entertainment experience -part cabaret, part storytelling, part whodonit - and always a great time! I’ve performed here and Jude is a terrific, engaging host and the audience is always warm and engaging." - Tracey Segarra, Moth Grand Slam winner

"I had a blast doing (mostly) TRUE THINGS! Jude Treder-Wolff is an incredible host and all the other storytellers were amazing! The Performing Arts Studio of NY is such a beautiful space and made the whole experience so relaxed and just wonderful. I look forward to doing it again." — Award-winning writer/performer Bob Brader, www.bob-brader.com

"As a comedian telling the truth on the stage for 25 years, I’ve never had so much fun being a big fat liar...for the most part. Storytelling with (mostly) TRUE THINGS is such a fun experience, I would tell stories every month, if I had more exciting life. And that's no lie." Stevie GB, comedian

"My first experience telling my story in front of a live audience was at Mostly True Things created by Jude Treder-Wolff. It was an amazing experience. I could not have asked for a more supportive atmosphere. All of the other performers were wonderful including my teacher, Hal Peller and the theatre is so intimate and delightful and the audience was spectacular. " Sherri Rosen, http://www.sherrirosen.com/