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109 Concord Rd
Acton, MA, 01720

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Previous Fugitive Stories Events

THREE years (and counting) of true stories told live

Since its inception in January 2016, Fugitive Stories has produced more than 60 events — in Acton, Arlington, Concord, Framingham, and Lincoln — bringing the craft of storytelling to thousands of people! Our events are appreciated for their quality, diversity, and best of all, that storytelling has found a stage outside of Boston and Cambridge.

Every evening is a chance for neighbors to meet up, families and/or those just curious to have a night out and for the community to learn an “inside story” about a neighbor — or a perfect stranger.

The stories told at our events are full of dreams-come-true and worst nightmares. There was the one about a man being trapped in a car with a swarm of bees; a woman who fled the Nazis who had to leave her dog behind; and the story of a marriage proposal on a roller coaster. What would you say to a neighbor flying a Confederate flag on their lawn in your neighborhood? One storyteller revealed how a broken promise led to a surprising outcome that involved a well-known FBI fugitive!  

2019

At West Acton Villageworks (VW), in Arlington at Kickstand Cafe (KS), and at Concord Center for the Visual Arts (CA)

September — “Really” (VW) (KS)
August — “The Heat Is On” (KS)
June — “True Enough” (KS)
May — “Never Say Never” (KS), “Emergence” (CA)
April — “Nope” (VW) (KS)
March — “Enough” (VW) (KS)
February — “Almost” (VW) (KS)
January — “Not Sorry” (VW) (KS)

2018

At West Acton Villageworks (VW), in Arlington at Kickstand Cafe (KS), and in Framingham at Amazing Things Art Center (AT)

December — “Indulgence” (VW)
November — “Just in Time (VW) (KS), “Being Seen” (Concord Center for the Visual Arts), “Spark!” (Clover Foundation Fundraiser)
October — “No Doubt” (KS)
September — “Missed Opportunity” (KS) (VW), “Rooted” (Farrington Nature Linc Fundraiser)
August — “Time Out” (KS)
July — “Some Like It Hot” (KS)
June — “Summer Breeze ” (KS)
May — “Mother Knows Best” (AT) (KS), “Inspiration” (Concord Center for the Visual Arts), “Planting a Seed” (Farrington Nature Linc),
April — “Bad Timing ” (KS) (VW)
March — "Arrival” (VW) (KS)
February — “What I Did for Love” (VW) (KS) (AT)
January — “Surrender” (VW) (KS)

2017

At West Acton Villageworks (VW), in Arlington at Kickstand Cafe (KS), and in Framingham at Amazing Things Art Center (AT)

December — “Good Intentions” (VW)
November — “On the Move” (VW) (KS)
October — “Breathless” (VW) (KS) (AT)
September — “Ink” (KS)
August — “At Last” (KS)
July — “Do the Right Thing” (KS)
June — “Superstitious” (KS)
May — “Stranger” (VW), “Promise” (AT), “Unexpected” (Fundraiser — The Africa Exchange Project)
April — “Promise” (VW)
March — “Trust” (VW)
February — “United” (VW), “Tolerance” (AT) 
January — “Tolerance” (VW)

2016

At West Acton Villageworks

December — “Second Chance” 
November — “Settled” 
October — “Gatherings” 
September — “What’s New”

Co-produced with Massmouth

June — “High Spirits”
April — “That Hurts”
March — “Home Stretch” 
February — “Surprise” 
January — “Fresh Start”