News: Robin Maxfield To Emcee MBACC Story Slams

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August 25, 2015 (Dedham, MA) -   Robin Maxfield, Executive Producer of Boston Comedy Chicks, will emcee the second story slam season at Mother Brook Arts & Community Center. As emcee Maxfield will engage the audience with stories and trivia questions as the evening moves from story to story.  Maxfield brings her expertise from Boston Comedy Chicks who hosts standup events around Greater Boston including a monthly comedy showcase at Doyle’s pub in Jamaica Plain. Her first story slam at MBACC as emcee is Thursday, September 17; the theme is “Ouch!”  Recruited by Jean Ford Webb, MBACC Executive Director, Maxfield will work with MBACC volunteers and staff to grow the event that was started in 2014 as a way to build community.

“Story telling is a fantastic way to build community! We pick themes that everyone can relate to and they are typically open to interpretation. If you come to tell a story, come to listen, come for the trivia or come for any combination of those things you will leave feeling connected. – Robin Maxfield, Boston Comedy Chicks

MBACC hosts a monthly story slams on the third Thursday of each month September – April. Each evening competitors drop their name in a hat and are chosen at random to compete against other tellers for prizes. Prizes are awarded to the top stories, chosen by the audience, of the evening.  The evening also features trivia, cash bar, complementary appetizers, and free parking.  Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. To see a full schedule visit

Robin is an award winning storyteller who hosts monthly story slams in Boston where people compete telling a 5 minute personal true story based on that night's theme. She also produces Boston's ONLY all female comedy night and does some stand up comedy as well. By day she trains and coaches business executives on advanced communication skills with Mindset Communication.

Mother Brook Arts and Community Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit located in Dedham, MA. MBACC's mission is to build a vibrant and sustainable center that enriches the Dedham community and stimulates the revitalization and growth of the Mother Brook neighborhoods through the arts.

MBACC is located at the former Avery School (123 High Street) in Dedham and the organization continues to renovate the space to accommodate additional arts programming. Future plans include a performance space, ceramics studio, restaurant, shop, and accessible paths leading from the building to the historic Mother Brook. For more information or to donate, visit .


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Tuesday, August 25, 2015
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