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The Story Collider: True, Personal Stories About Science—Toil and Trouble
Thursday, July 11, 2019 @ 7:00 PM-8:00 PM$12
The Ready Room
4195 Manchester Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63110 United States + Google Map
While there is no age restriction on this show, some mature themes and strong language will likely be included in stories. Doors open at 6:30 p.m, and stories start at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $12 per person.
Hosted by St. Louis Public Radio’s science reporter Eli Chen and biologist Emma Young.
On July 11, The Story Collider in St. Louis presents five stories from scientists and non-scientists about confronting troubling moments in their lives. Some will be heartbreaking; some are hilarious. They are all true, and all, in one way or another, are about science.
Join us at The Ready Room on July 11 for an evening of true, personal stories about the toils and troubles of science.
Our lineup includes:
Marc Doll, EMS Bureau Chief of the City of St. Charles Fire Department
Andrew Akira Hansen, external chemist
Travis Sheridan, President of the CIC Venture Café Global Institute
Rhonda Key, High School Principal/Director of Secondary Education: JSH Community Partnership, Jennings Senior High School
Patricia Schuba, President of the Board of Directors, Labadie Environmental Organization
In 2017, St. Louis Public Radio partnered up with The Story Collider, a podcast that produces shows where personal stories about science are told live on stage. The Story Collider was founded by two physicists in 2010 and regularly puts on shows in New York City, Boston, Atlanta and various other cities around the world. The Story Collider in St. Louis is produced by St. Louis Public Radio’s science reporter Eli Chen and biologist Emma Young.