The North Side Story(burgh) Connecting Communities Through StorytellingThursday, June 10, 2021 @ 6:00 PM
*Please note there are two ways to view this performance: in person at the Sampsonia Way Tent or live-streamed online via City of Asylum @ Home. Both options are free but advanced registration is required.
- To join us at the tent, click “Attend in-person” above
- To tune-in from home, click “Watch online” above
About the performance:
*Please note the 6pm start time
Please join us for the FIRST IN-PERSON EVENT of the year at the City of Asylum!
(Also simulcasted live via Crowdcast platform)
Connecting Communities Through Storytelling
Pittsburgh is a city of neighborhoods and rivers, and residents notoriously boast about rarely crossing these lines. It is the Northside or the Outside. But what connects our city unlike any person, place, or thing? The bus routes! Come hear Pittsburghers tell their stories about using public transportation and how these experiences have shaped relationships with people and neighborhoods outside of their own.
– Northsiders: Carla Arnold, Helena Edwards, Paul Matthews, and Anonymous
– Bus Drivers: Carla Brower, Carlyle Stokes, Omar Ingham
Jane West @noteastmusic
MC & Ringleaders:
Alyse Horn (Northsider): Wears so many hats that she started making her own. Favorite quote: “Walk tall, kick ass, learn to speak Arabic, love music and never forget you come from a long line of truth seekers, lovers and warriors.”
Pamela Monk (Northsider): Teacher Writer Storyteller. Her favorite quote is by Muriel Rukeyser “The universe is made of stories, not of atoms.”)
Generously supported by:
One Northside PGH @1NorthSidePGH,
City of Asylum @cityofasylym,
Port Authority @pghtransit,
ATU Local 85 @atu_local85,
New Sun Rising @newsunrisingpgh