Best Laid Plans

Has there ever been a time when things did not turn out quite the way you expected? These storytellers know how you feel…

Our popular storytelling event sold out last time! Get your tickets now!

A performance of personal true stories by actors and others, this event grows out of the Martin Luther King quote on our website:

We must develop and maintain the capacity to forgive. He who is devoid of the power to forgive, is devoid of the power to love. There is some good in the worst of us and some evil in the best of us. When we discover this, we are less prone to hate our enemies.

Join us for a meaningful evening of live music and short personal stories that foster empathy and spark discussion.

OCTOBER 25 – 28, 2018. TWO locations! THREE performances!

Each performance has a different roster of storytellers and musicians. Come more than once!


Thursday, October 25 @ 7 pm
Saturday, October 27
 @ 7 pm
The Water Shed Arts Café
20349 88th Avenue in Walnut Grove
Langley, BC

Tickets $25 available online.

Great food and drinks prepared by chef Jenn Cornish
Come early to get a good seat and order your eats!
Doors open at 6 pm.

Sunday, October 28 @ 7 pm
Pacific Theatre
1440 West 12th (at Hemlock)
Vancouver, BC

Tickets $25 available online.
Doors open at 6:30. General seating.


Thursday, October 25 (Water Shed, Langley)
Jordan Ravensbergen
Sue Backs
Jacky Yenga Essombe
Kerri Norris
Alex Bartel
Jenn Cornish
Mikayla Wust
With music by Kelita

Saturday, October 27 (Water Shed, Langley)
Robyn Roukema
Betty Spackman
Meilani Southern
Krista Rutschmann
Joanne Redekop Hamm
Nathan Froelich
With music by
Paul Kobilke and Julianna Towle

Sunday, October 28 (Pacific Theatre, Vancouver)
Julie Lynn Mortensen
Tonya Louie
Tre Cotten
Lee Tracie Stockburger
Kisa MacDonald
Brandon Bate
With music by Rogue Crows
(Christina Cuiglietta, Alison Jenkins, Mike Victor, Thomas Jones)