Story by story, Taboo Tales has been tearing down societal taboos on stage in Hollywood since 2010. We define a taboo story as something you would never EVER talk about at the dinner table. Society has made the rules, and our mission is to break them because we honestly believe: The more we all talk about how f'd up we are, the more normal we all feel. With anonymous audience participation and seven storytellers per show, Taboo Tales has covered everything from living with HIV to being born ...
The hilarious Jenna Brister dishes on massage parlor etiquette in one of our steamiest Taboo Tales to date.
Writer Michael Kass shares his life-altering experience in Peru with a very special tea and a very demanding mother-- Mother Ayahuasca.
Azie Dungey, creator of the popular web series, "Ask a Slave," shares her hilarious and somewhat alarming tale of working at Mt. Vernon and the magic that's been spun from that experience ever since.
Writer, sensitive bearded man, and co-producer of Taboo Tales - Rahul Subramanian shares his story of heartbreak(s) and what it's like to be the recipient of numerous "you're great, but..." emails.
The man with a voice of an angel - or perhaps the voice of God actually - takes us back to 1970's Topanga Canyon.
Danielle B talks about the vagina - hers - in one of the most popular tales to grace the Taboo Tales stage. It's a vagina monologue that would make vagina monologues blush.
Mike Truesdale figures out how to be a comedian, father, husband, and storyteller. And how to do it all better than his father did it (by cheating in the Philippines).
She has a lot going on. In her head.
This week, Andrea Abbate comes into the Taboo studio to share her most taboo tale of all: Andrea's aunt lived in her mom's closet. In a jar.
This week Rob Morgan joins us with the tale, "Doing the Fred Astaire", highlighting the Summer of '77. Its just one of his stories from a life that's ONE.BIG.TABOO.TALE!
Lend your ear this week to actor/writer/people pleasing expert, Michael Rachlis, as he shares about true love, gay shame, and having a semi-nudist Rabbi for a father.
In this episode, Laurenne & Rahul interview THE J. Michael Feldman, writer for The Neighbors, creator and star of Fairy Tale Theater 18 & Older, and current member of the Groundling's Sunday Company. Michael shares his tale about OCD, the "n-word incident", and video game addictions.
On this week's episode, writer and Taboo Tales veteran Liz Brown teaches us how to fly "high" across the country. Produced by Carl Lybeckerwww.tabootales.orghttps://www.facebook.com/TabooTales
Craig Cox talks all about his family-- a family that refuses to talk about anything. www.tabootales.orghttps://www.facebook.com/TabooTalesProduced by Carl Lybecker
In the very first episode of the Taboo Tales Podcast, comedian Grant Lyon, tells us his story about life on the road, the fear of fatherhood, and what it all means to Christian Scientists. www.tabootales.org https://www.facebook.com/TabooTalesProduced by Carl Lybecker