Summer is in full swing! And storytelling shows are starting get into full swing as well. Slowly, but surely, in-person shows are coming back. There are still plenty of online shows available. In a few cases, some shows are streaming in-person shows. Over the next few weeks, I be making changes to the site to … Continue reading June Storytelling Shows
If you have a storytelling show coming up next month I'd love to add it to my monthly listing. Send me the following info: Name of the eventLink to the event (Facebook, Eventbrite, your website, etc.)Theme (If you have one) Note, this for Storytelling SHOWS, not workshops or classes. You can use the this link … Continue reading Who Has Story Telling Shows in June?
Relax, I do not mean the pandemic! (Though it feels like it, right?) Today, 3 years ago, I posted my first blog for Story Telling On Purpose. You can read it Here; don't worry, it takes like 30 secs and it not a literary work of art. If anything, it is just a measuring stick … Continue reading So, it’s been 3 years, huh?
Guess what? Somehow I managed to squeeze in 5 shows to be a part of in the span of the next 4 days. I'm excited about them all. I get to do all the aspects of stories and jokes and talking to folks. I'm hosting storytelling shows Wed for Armed Services Arts Partnership (ASAP) and … Continue reading Wait! Where Am I Supposed To Be This Week ?!?!
I never watched the TV show "Lost". Not that it ever seemed bad, it just didn't get my attention well enough to sit down and watch it. From what I understand of it, a plane crashes on a remote island and people have to survive this new place in life until they can get back … Continue reading Bittersweet
The number one event of this month for me is Mother's Day. But there happens to be a few other days that I have other events that are going to be great! I'll be doing things like hosting a storytelling showcase for students I helped to teach, celebrating the 10 year anniversary with Better Said … Continue reading New month, new places to be!
Given that today is the last day of National humor month, I felt it fitting to come back to an article I wrote earlier this year about comedic storytelling. I was on the hunt to find the answer, is comedic storytelling a new art form? (See more here) Since many people in the circles I … Continue reading Is comedic storytelling a new genre of oral storytelling? Part 2
In the US, May is considered a National Awareness month for over 20 different causes. The different storytelling shows below reflect many of those. You may not be able to honor all of the causes, but there is one day in particular many will honor: Mother's Day! For all the mothers, mommas, moms, play-moms, big … Continue reading Storytelling Shows in May
Another week, another chance for stories and jokes and talking to folks! On Thursday, I get to be the keynote speaker for a Toastmaster Open house. Everyone is able to attend because, well, that's how an open house works! Then on Friday, Clean AF Comedy show starts back up again with the Season 4 premier. … Continue reading Wait! Where Am I Supposed To Be This Week ?!?!?
If you have a storytelling show coming up next month I'd love to add it to my monthly listing. Send me the following info: Name of the eventLink to the event (Facebook, Eventbrite, your website, etc.)Theme (If you have one) Note, this for Storytelling SHOWS, not workshops or classes. You can use the this link … Continue reading Who Has Story Telling Shows in May?