If there is ever a year that needed the skill and gift of storytelling, 2020 is it. From profound pain to powerful purpose, there is a lot that needs to be remembered. Documenting the facts are not quite the same as telling the story. We need both. The world needs both. Long before the pandemic, … Continue reading Why your story of 2020 is needed
As the saying goes, time waits for no man (or woman, or child, or pet…you get the point). The year 2021 is here. After how last year went, making predictions about what is coming is ill advised. But, I can tell you that these storytelling shows are a safe bet! While I normally only cover … Continue reading Storytelling Shows for Jan 2021
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 storytelling shows in Jan 2021
It took me a while, but I finally caught up with the rest of American society and watched the musical play Hamilton. For those of you that may not know about it, it's a play based on the life and times of Alexander Hamilton, one of the founding fathers of the United States. Understand, I … Continue reading The Stories We Tell – Naqqali Storytelling
Looking for a fun way to celebrate the season? Come to this first-ever TELL Winter Olio - a storytelling concert where noted storytellers Alton Chung, Karl "Dr. Sparks" Smith, Kristin Ward, Misty Mator and Nick Baskerville will share stories from their respective holiday/seasonal traditions. Could there be a more captivating and fun-loving lineup? We don't think … Continue reading Look at who I get to hang out with this Thurs!
My daughter, Baby Girl, says to me "Want to see the comic book I made? It tells the story of how Christopher Columbus found America!" As she site me down at the kitchen table, excitement is bursting from about her face. I put away what I was working on. I already know my real work … Continue reading The Stories We Tell – Historical Storytelling
The good news, the end of the year is here. The bad news; so is covid-19. Fortunately, storytelling is still help's to bond and get through the time. Taking advantage of the greater connectedness of the internet, here are shows that I have found and some that were sent to me. Be sure to check … Continue reading Storytelling Shows to end 2020
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 a Show in Dec?
Today is the first of 3 days that I will be performing in a show online: Hosting the Better Said Than Done 4x4 Storytelling show (Thur)https://fb.me/e/87I8gs2XLThe Season Finale of the Clean AF Comedy Show (Fri)https://www.facebook.com/103440444685013/posts/189352406093816/?sfnsn=moThe LaughItOff Live Veterans Edition Comedy show (Sat)https://laughitofflive2.eventbrite.com/?aff=VeteransEdition2020&afu=247888617213 Click on a links, get a ticket, and enjoy the the great people … Continue reading Three shows in a row!
Last week, I learned that the senate can give a the supreme chancellor emergency powers to form an galactic army. I was able to learn this because instead of watching the U.S. election, I started watching all 11 Star Wars movies. I figure if here was going to be talk of an evil force influencing … Continue reading Reality VS Fiction