I had a great show with Dewayne White in Fredricksburg, VA. Didn't know about it? Don't worry, you can catch me at other shows this month starting as early as this week. I'll be doing storytelling with Better Said Than Done this week and hosting the storytelling graduation show for the Armed Services Arts Partnership … Continue reading Guess who is telling stories and jokes and talking to folks?
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!
Once COVID 19 hit full force with the many cancelling of events, I figure it would be a while before I would tell stories and jokes to groups of people. It didn't take producers and host just a bit to figure out a new way to deliver funny to people. Uber Eats and Grub Hub … Continue reading I’m Virtually Right Here
Morning! My blog, Story Telling On Purpose, tracks Storytelling shows in DC, MD, and VA. With everyone trying not to be in other people's space, the last safe space is virtual space. If you are having a virtual show, let me know. It can be storytelling, stand-up, or music. It can be curated or open … Continue reading Who's Doing Virtual Shows?
Here is a quick rundown of the shows I'll be in over the next 2 months. I'd love to have you come out and see what I'm doing. I get to hang out on stage some great folks. If you think I'm funny, you should see them! If you think I'm not funny, you should … Continue reading Guess who is talking on stage again?
Some people just seem to know how to tell a story. They say words, but you feel as if you are in a 3D ride at Disney. It's pretty lucky to have that skill. But is it really luck? I've been telling stories on stage since 2015. Every year, I get better, and better. What … Continue reading You Can Learn To Tell A Story?
On May 8th of this year, it fully dawned on me what I had gotten myself into. That evening, just finished watching The Storytelling Boot Camp 101 class graduation show. Students connected to the military spent weeks, at no cost, learning the art and craft of storytelling. As people mingle and talk, I can feel … Continue reading Want a way to thank a veteran today?
Of the many reasons to tell a story, scaring the daylights out of a person probably makes the 10 list. It makes sense, then, that a number of the shows this month happen to have that theme. Then there are shows like All The Feels, The Good Girl Chronicles, and Health's Angles that are advocating … Continue reading Oct Storytelling Shows
I love getting people involved in telling and listening to stories. So much so, I tend to forget to tell be that I tell stories too! I get to into every single show I tell you about, but I am lucky enough to tell once or twice. This month I plan to try The Moth … Continue reading Have You Heard One Of My Stories?