Arts & Lectures
Fri / Oct 4, 2019

The Moth Mainstage in Los Angeles

“A storytelling phenomenon.” — The New York Times

“Quirky, passionate… brilliant, and quietly addictive.” — The London Guardian

Location: The Broad Stage - Main Stage
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  • Fri
  • Oct 4
  • 7:30 PM
  • $79/$69/$59
*This performance is sold out. To join our waitlist to be notified in case any seats become available, please click here.

From one night on a Georgia porch, The Moth grew into a global phenomenon with 52 million podcast downloads and almost 600 live events annually over six continents. The Moth storytelling series presents five raconteurs telling their true stories, live and without notes, in an evening full of entertainment and enlightenment. 

There will be American Sign Language interpretation at this performance. Please click here to purchase  seats close to the interpreter.

The New York Times Features Book, The Moth Presents: All These Wonders

The New York Times shares the modern storytelling movement The Moth. Founded in 1997 and inspired by a group of friends and their late night stories, The Moth has been sharing stories around the world. Read more here.

The Moth Has Been Bringing the World “True Stories Told Live” Since their Beginning

Newsweek delves into the creative history of The Moth—a nonprofit featuring storytellers who share experiences “…that were not rants or monologues but stories from their lives that must be true.” To find out more, click here.