Specialty: Tall Tales & Ghost Stories
When you can experience The Gashler Family:
- Wednesday, May 13th, 2020, 7:00pm-8:00pm MDT, The Gashler Family Storytelling Show with Q&A at end as part of Story Crossroads Spectacular-virtual experience, through your computer/Facebook Live, free though donations accepted
As the reincarnation of Henry VIII, Stephen Gashler is a born liar. He takes sick pleasure in deceiving both children and adults into believing all sorts of fabricated nonsense. In fact, he’s currently the holder of the title “Utah’s Biggest Liar”. When not spewing libelous falsehoods, he writes absurd juvenile fiction, composes horrible musicals about vikings, bums, and dead people, and makes completely un-called for Youtube videos. Visit http://stephengashler.com and sign the petition to ban his performances!
As the official life of any and all parties™, Ariah Gashler knows how to please audiences. She’s won the “Utah’s Biggest Liar” youth division multiple times and has performed as a national teller. On top of storytelling, be it ballet, gymnastics, musical theatre, soccer, or filmmaking, Ariah does it all. She is loyal and fun. Her spirit animal is a dog.
Aspen Gashler first stole the hearts of the masses when performing at the Timpanogos Storytelling festival at only four-years-old. She still keeps those hearts in jars in her basement. Like her older sister, Aspen has won the “Utah’s Biggest Liar” youth division multiple times and has performed as a national teller. She’s known for her cat-like stealth in gymnastics. Her spirit animal is definitely a cat.
Ever since he came home with that rusty sword smelling of lake water, it was clear the Sir Percival was the chosen one. He’s tough. He’s cool. He’s John Rambo trapped in a five-year-old’s body. His stories, like his grasp of mathematics, are larger than life times a million plus infinity! His spirit animal is a bear. A cuddly bear.