The Bee // ON A MISSION

03.03.17 @ CLUBHOUSE SLC

An evening of lovingly competitive storytelling featuring stories of adventure, ambition, and important assignments.

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 Portrait by Anna Pocaro

Portrait by Anna Pocaro

Matt Haws

Just one or two lines about their story here. Enough to entice a listener, but not give the whole thing away.


 Portrait by Anna Pocaro

Portrait by Anna Pocaro

Susan Lacke

Training for triathlons and a friend’s terminal illness teaches Susan about pain, perseverance, and friendship.

This story includes expletives.


 Portrait by Anna Pocaro

Portrait by Anna Pocaro

Matt Melville

Matt encounters a curious stranger while on a hunting trip in the desert.

This story includes expletives.


 Portrait by Anna Pocaro

Portrait by Anna Pocaro

Taylor Smith

After growing up in South Carolina, Taylor leaves home for grad school and to discover herself.

This story includes expletives.


 Portrait by Anna Pocaro

Portrait by Anna Pocaro

Justice Morath

Justice witnesses anarchy at a disastrous music festival.

This story includes explicit content.


 Portrait by Anna Pocaro

Portrait by Anna Pocaro

Jim Rounds

While in college, Jim and his friends go on a mind-altered mission for ice cream.

This story includes mature content.


 Portrait by Anna Pocaro

Portrait by Anna Pocaro

Millo 

Millo revels in the beautiful chaos of her first time at Burning Man.

This story includes explicit/mature content.


 Portrait by Anna Pocaro

Portrait by Anna Pocaro

Heidi Gress

Heidi celebrates the ups and downs of a European adventure.


 Portrait by Anna Pocaro

Portrait by Anna Pocaro

Doug Woodall

In the third grade Doug goes on a mission to learn to be a thief, confident it will change his life for the better.

Winning story of the night!


 Portrait by Anna Pocaro

Portrait by Anna Pocaro

Nan McEntire

Nan makes quite the first impression when she starts a part-time teaching gig at a local college.


 

OUR ARCHIVE IS MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY UTAH HUMANITIES WITH HELP FROM KRCL 90.9FM 

 

PHOTOGRAPHY BY ANNA POCARO