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 event Link to the event (Facebook, Eventbrite, your website, etc.) Theme (If you have one) Note, this is for Storytelling SHOWS, not workshops or classes. Also, I will … Continue reading Who has storytelling shows in Feb?
Well, we are still here in this crazy mixed-up world. Covid is proving to be just like Microsoft software. You either have it, or you know someone that does. In both cases, the version of what people have varies from person to person. No matter. In the storytelling world, storytellers and storytelling groups have adapted … Continue reading Connecting Storytellers to Storylisteners: Storytelling Facebook Groups
While I won't be able to fit in as many performances as I did last year, I still get the privilege of being a part of some really cool stuff. I will be hosting the show for Better Said Than Done this Saturday in Fairfax, VA (see info here). I get to jokes with folks, … Continue reading Upcoming shows, workshops, and more!
Storytelling Festivals I've been helping with the Women's Storytelling Festival (https://www.bettersaidthandone.com/womens-festival-2022/), organized by Better Said Than Done, for the last few years. I have hopes of attending others, like the International Storytelling Festival (https://store.storytellingcenter.net/). There are others this year being planned by VASA (https://virginiastorytellingalliance.org/) and others later this year, so be sure to check later … Continue reading Connecting Storytellers to Storylisteners: Storytelling Festivals
So, what did you start doing during the pandemic that you are still doing? For the 4th year in a row, I'll be doing blog posts to help connect storytellers and storylisteners. Connect them to what? Things like: Finding storytelling groups on Facebook Finding places to learn, refine, and practice storytelling Finding Storytelling Festivals Finding … Continue reading Connecting Storytellers and Storylisteners: 2023
Happy New Year, all! There are tons of possibilities ahead of us, especially when it comes to storytelling shows! Let's see where the new year will take us! While I normally only cover the DC, MD, and VA area, with all shows being online now, I have broadened my scope of storytelling so you can … Continue reading Storytelling Shows in Jan 2023
I wanted chocolate cake for Christmas. Not just any chocolate cake, Costco chocolate cake. The fact that it's from Costco, a store specializing in selling things in bulk, should already tell you I'm dealing with a lot. A lot of chocolate, a lot of cake, a lot of everything. The cake is moist, it has … Continue reading Be Happy, Eat Cake!
The holiday season is in full swing! There are too many holidays for me to keep track. Yet, somehow, I have managed to keep track of storytelling shows, swaps, and open mic just for you! (Ok, it’s really for me, but I can share). While I normally only cover the DC, MD, and VA areas, … Continue reading Storytelling shows in Dec
I'm always thankful to find storytelling shows! Here are some to share with you for the month of Nov. This month the list isn't complete yet, so be on the lookout for the update! While I normally only cover the DC, MD, and VA area, with all shows being online now, I have broaden my … Continue reading Storytelling Shows in Nov
As I get ready to move from one assignment to another in the fire department, the inevitable has to happen: moving day. Tell me if this sounds familiar. You box up belongings from one place to take to another place. While packing, you begin reevaluating what you have and asking, "I should keep it?" The … Continue reading Is Clubhouse still a thing?