Meet the Cast of “Stick Together”

Don’t miss these stories told live @ Moody Performance Hall on 💝 Valentine’s Day, Wednesday, February 14th!

For this Valentine’s Day, Oral Fixation is presenting “Stick Together,” a special show of love, life, and laughter. Taking the Moody Performance Hall stage on February 14 at 8 p.m., our seven storytellers will be delivering something genuine, sweet, and real. From fighting loneliness to fleeing abuse—from overcoming illness to welcoming unconditional love—from dissolving friendships to joining in conjugal bliss, #StickTogether will span the spectrum. Detailed storyteller profiles coming soon. In the meantime, however, meet our wondrous cast:

  • Crow Collection Executive Director Amy Hofland experiences the power of parental love.
  • Moving to a new city, attorney Monica Berry seeks adventure at Scrabble Club.
  • Actress and singer Shelley Miller struggles and thrives through relationships.
  • Confronting mental illness, educator Sallie Crotty finds power.
  • Dannie M. Olguin survives a childhood of both adventure and terror.
  • Writer Stacey Megally learns what friendship is and isn’t.
  • Tiana Lightfoot Svendsen deals with a husband stitch gone awry.

For this Valentine’s Day, do something more than just dinner and flowers! Come join these seven souls and celebrate life! $25 tickets are on sale now. Get yours now!

Share Your Story: Stick Together

stɪk \ təˈgɛðər

What does it mean?

– To support each other (Source: Cambridge Dictionary).

– To remain loyal or friendly to one another (Source: Collins English Dictionary).

– To remain in one another’s company (Source: McGraw Hill Dictionary).

– To physically combine by adhesion (Source: Wiktionary).

Example Sentences:

It’s important that we stick together on this issue (Source: American Heritage Idioms Dictionary).

No matter how old you are—when you go out into the world, it is best to hold hands and stick together (Source: Robert Fulghum).

The Siamese twins had no choice but to stick together (Source: Urban Dictionary).

You have to resolve to stick together as a couple (Source: Cambridge Dictionary).

It isn’t much fun for one, but two can stick together. (Source: Winnie the Pooh).

Snowflakes are one of nature’s most fragile things, but just look what they can do when they stick together (Source: Vesta M. Kelly).

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