André De Shields Tells Stories in Hell-Bent: The Moth On Broadway April 25 | Playbill

Broadway News André De Shields Tells Stories in Hell-Bent: The Moth On Broadway April 25

Nonprofit storytelling organization The Moth makes its Broadway debut with a 25th anniversary show.

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André De Shields

Nonprofit storytelling organization The Moth makes its Broadway debut April 25 at the Walter Kerr Theatre with its 25th anniversary storytelling show, titled Hell-Bent: The Moth on Broadway.

Hosted by Jon Goode, the show features Hadestown Tony winner André De Shields, along with journalist and human rights activist Tiq Milan, author Victor Levenstein, and Staten Island Poet Laureate Marguerite María Rivas.

Tiq Milan

The storytellers share true tales centered around themes of determination and nerve. Hell-Bent: The Moth on Broadway also serves as the launch of the organization's new book, How to Tell a Story: The Essential Guide to Storytelling From The Moth, which releases April 26.

The Moth is a nonprofit organization dedicated to storytelling and delivers live shows worldwide. Currently, the organization is running eight programs (including The Moth's Mainstage, StorySLAM, Community Program, Education Program, Global Community Program, Podcast, MothWorks, and Radio Hour) and has already published three books.

For tickets and more information, visit TheMoth.org.

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