Donald Davis performs at a past Pike Piddlers Storytelling Festival. Davis is a crowd favorite and mixes a little bit of truth in with his tales.

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Pike Piddlers storytelling tickets on sale at studio 116

Published 11:00pm Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Studio 116 in downtown Brundidge is now the ticket outlet for all presentations at the We Piddle Around Theater and all other Brundidge Historical Society sponsored events.

Tickets to the upcoming Pike Piddlers Storytelling Festival Jan. 25 and 26 are now on sale at studio 116.

Johnny Steed, historical society president, said tickets for the annual storytelling festival usually go on sale immediately after New Year’s Day but requests for tickets for Christmas gifts prompted the earlier sale.

Donald Davis, the Dean of Storytelling, will again headline this year’s festival. Other tellers will be announced as soon as contracts are finalized.

Ticket prices remain the same at $25 for “Supper and Stories at the We Piddle Around Theater” on Friday night, Jan. 25 and $10 for the 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. storytelling concerts and $15 for the 6:30 p.m. concert, all at the Trojan Center Theater on the campus of Troy University on Saturday, Jan. 26. All-day Saturday tickets are $30.

“We asked Chris Rich, who owns studio 116 along with his wife Sarah Dismukes, if we could make tickets available these last few shopping days before Christmas and he agreed,” Steed said.

“We are excited to have studio 116 as our ticket outlet and appreciate Chris and Sarah’s support.”

Pre-Christmas tickets will be available today through December 22 at studio 116 at 116 South Main Street in downtown Brundidge. Studio 116 will be closed for the holidays Dec. 23-28 but tickets orders may be placed by calling 334-735-3675,

Rich said that he and his wife are excited to be involved with bringing outstanding folklife and storytelling events to the stage of the We Piddle Around Theater.

“Our hours at studio 116 are 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, making it more convenient for those who want to purchase tickets on-site or by phone at 334-735-3125,” Rich said.

 

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