Spaceland, Kidd Bell & Red Bull Present
STORIES OF: JEALOUSY EDITION ft. Shirley Manson, Madame Gandhi, + Aparna Nancherla
Ashlee Marie Preston, Nadya Okamoto, Kat Blaque, Grace Parra, Anne Friedman, Teen Poets from Get Lit, Hosted by Shan Boodram, DJ Myra Hasson, Novena Carmel, Community Marketplace, Photo Booth
Sun May 6, 2018
Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 6:30 pm
The Regent Theater
Los Angeles, CA
$12 Advance / $20.00 Day of Show
This event is all ages
Our debut theme is Jealousy: A 16 year old poet's resentment towards registered voters, a trans woman's struggle with tokenism & more.
- Shirley Manson (Garbage Front Woman)
- Aparna Nancherla (Rolling Stone's "50 Funniest People To Watch" / Netflix's The Stand-Ups / Master of None)
- Madame Gandhi (Musician / Activist / Former Drummer for MIA)
- Ashlee Marie Preston (The Root's "100 Most Influential African Americans / Civil Rights Activist / Transgender Advocate)
- Nadya Okamoto (Founder of Period Org / Teen Vogue's 21 Under 21 / Author of Period Power)
- Kat Blaque (Youtube Star / Feminist Educator / Transgender Activist / HuffPost Contributor)
- Grace Parra (Correspondant on The Nightly Show / Actress - Master Of None, BoJack Horseman)
- Ann Friedman (Columnist at New York Magazine / Contributor LA Times / Co-Host of Call Your Girlfriend)
*FIRST COME FIRST SERVE SEATING*
Stories Of: is a female-identified story telling event and benefit for Peace Over Violence, a local non-profit working to end violence against women and girls.
Artwork by Michelle Robinson
Garbage Front Woman, Actress, Grammy Award Nominee for her album Version 2.0, Key Note Speaker, Gender + Identity Activist, NME ICON Award Winner, MAC AIDS Ambassador, Complete and Total Badass.
Watch Shirley's powerful NME ICON Award Speech that demands change for women in the music industry and across all other platforms.
Musician, Activist, Former Drummer for M.I.A., Iconic Free-Bleeding Runner at the 2015 London Marathon & Key-Note Speaker. Featured in The New York Times, NPR, Billboard, Vogue & Forbes.
Stand Up Comedian featured on Netflix's The Stand-Ups, and HBO's 2 Dope Queens. Actress on Master Of None, HBO's Crashing, Love, Inside Amy Schumer, and Comedy Central's Corporate, Writer for Late Night with Seth Meyers. Rolling Stone's "50 Funniest People to Watch," and Co-Host of the Women's March Rally in NYC.
Ashlee Marie Preston
Civil Rights Activist, The Root's "100 Most Influential African Americans" 2017, Host of Revery TV's Shook with Ashlee Marie Preston, Interviewer, Keynote Speaker and Teen Vogue Writer. Ashlee, her work, and her brazen opinions have been featured in Out Magazine, Vice, The Huffington Post and Mic.
Harvard Sophomore + Founder of The Period Movement, a global youth-run non-profit celebrating menstrual hygiene through advocacy, education, and service. Period Org has provided menstrual supplies to over 230,000 people experiencing homelessness. Okamoto was named 2018's Teen Vogue's 21 Under 21, is a Key Note Speaker, the youngest ever candidate for Cambridge City Council, and Author of Period Power: A Manifesto for the Menstrual Movement, out Spring of 2018 with Simon and Schuster.
Youtube Star + Feminist Educator, Transgender Activist, Key Note Speaker, Illustrator, Animator & contributor to Huffpost, Everyday Feminism & Pride.com. She has appeared on Buzzfeed, MTV News & MTV Decoded.
Correspondent on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore on Comedy Central, Stand-Up Comedian, Host of UCB's Lady/Freak & McSweeney's Contributor. Actress on the upcoming seasons of Master Of None, Bojack Horseman on Netflix, and host of the digital series Big Opinions with Grace Parra on Lorne Michaels’ new venture Mas Mejor.
Columnist at New York Magazine & The Los Angeles Times. Contributing Editor to The Gentlewoman. Regular features contributor to The NYT's Book Review, Elle, The Guardian, & The New Republic. Key Note Speaker and Interviewer. Co-Host of the critically acclaimed and amazingly hilarious podcast Call Your Girlfriend,
Daughter of Sly Stone.