Series Guide + Past Episodes
Anna Broome at Storyphile
Lee Boek’s Storyphile presents Anna Broome at Art Share LA on June 4th, 2015
Carmen Vega at Storyphile
Lee Boek’s Storyphile presents Carmen Vega at Art Share LA on May 7, 2015
Recorded live: 05/07/2015
Laurel Ann Bogan
One of Los Angeles’ best poets performed for Storyphile at Art Share LA on March 2015. laurelannbogen.com
Robin Roberts at Art Share
Performed as part of the Public Works Improv. Theater production of Lee Boek’s Storyphile of March 2015 at Art Share LA.
Recorded live: 03/05/2015
Becoming One of the Others
Lee Boek tells the story of his transition into the counterculture.
More Beautiful with Sangria
Donna Snyder reads a poem from her new book Poemas ante el Catafalco: Grief and Renewal Buy Book
Morgan Gibson reads Witch Fire
Morgan Gibson reads one of his poems. Recorded on October 30, 2014 More about Morgan
Morgan Gibson reads The Nonzen Poet on the Tao
Peter Coca introduced me to his good friend who is a marvelous poet and has been for longer than most of us have been alive. Morgan Gibson was kind enough to read us some of his poems and stories. This is one of them. More about Morgan
Recorded live: 10/30/2014
If You Could See Me Then
Jack Landron wrote and sangs this song. It is the story of an old man looking back at his life. Pictures of Jack at various stages of his long career, as folk singer “Jackie Washington” and as an actor, to illustrate the story.
Eddie Reed plays guitar as Peter Coca Tells about a really tough guy who never beat his wife. Then . . .
Recorded live: 08/07/2014
Mel reveals a story from his childhood of how he tormented his little brother by telling him of the dreaded Cave of Blood.
Julio Martinez- City of Glass
Julio Martinez tells a true story from his youth, working at Lee’s Shoe Store in downtown Los Angeles and his brief exposure to LA’s underground nightlife.
Peter Coca – The Well Dressed Marxist
Peter tells a story about life as a young, aspiring actor working in a factory as he discovers politics and Greenwich Village.
Recorded live: 07/15/2014
An evening of stories and songs, presented by Lee Boek. Performing are Eddie Reed tells a story and plays some Johnny Cash songs. Jenn Koiter talks about her awkward relationship with her Indian maid. Mel Green remembers tormenting his brother as a child Eloy Torrez shares a song inspired by an elderly artist he met.[…]
Recorded live: 08/07/2014
Recorded on July 3, 2014 at Art Share LA as part of Lee Boek’s Storyphile. More from Chaya on Eating Poetry
Recorded live: 07/03/2014
Lee Boek- Grandfather
Lee recorded this improv piece at the Downtown Artist Space.
Recorded live: 05/21/2014
This is an excerpt from a Storyphile performance at Art Share LA on April 3, 2014. Poet and storyteller Ideas Aubrey was the first to perform that night.
Recorded live: 04/03/2014