Kirk Wood Bromley

Be Story Free

  • Full Length
  • Comedy
  • Dark Comedy
  • Experimental
  • Farce
  • Unconventional
  • Verse

Be Story Free presents itself as the world’s first and only “Story Addiction Destruction Seminar.” Using a system of public performances and confessions created by the movement’s founder, Dr. Jip Syuzhet, the Be Story Free Brigade brings its attempt to break free of the shackles of story into homes and theaters in an effort to renew their anti-faith and to awaken people to the paralyzing effects of narrative addiction.

As the seminar’s materials declare:

Face it. You are a story addict. The shows, the status updates, the gossip, the devices, the rationalizations, the plans. You can’t live without it. It’s all you are, and it’s completely beyond you.

It’s time for you to BE STORY FREE!!!


Just come to this Be Story Free Seminar and experience the liberating power of the Be Story Free Brigade as led by Be Story Free founder Dr. Jip Syuzhet.

Through participation in the Be Story Free Program, story addicts from around the world are finding freedom from the crippling, prenatal, pervasive invasion of story into their minds, relationships, wallets and lives by ridding themselves of the noxious, uninvited, impoverishing influences of…

– a paralyzing need for absolute, irreversible change;
– the regressive belief in an external, charismatic evil;
– the fascistic reliance on “sole protagonist selfism”;
– spurious, time-consistent, cause-and-effect dependencies;
– the life-limiting demand for explanation and meaning;
– personal relationships with depersonalizing conglomerates;
– years and years of emptiness, lies and false connections.

If you think story is just something your parents told you to put you to sleep, you’re right. And it’s still happening to this day. Everywhere, all the time, through every imaginable method, your unchosen moral supervisors are infesting your soul with stories to “put you down.”

Don’t let them do it anymore. Rise up. Be free. Rid yourself of story. After all, “There’s more to the world than ‘In a world…’”

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