Check out my More About Nick Baskerville page ( https://stop365.blog/more-about-nick-baskerville/ ) to see were you can catch me perform 3 times this week. Sometimes jokes, sometimes stories; always on purpose.
In 2019, I did a series of blog post highlighting story telling workshops in the DC, MD, VA area. If you are person from beginner to a storytelling vet, taking a class or workshop is a great way to get feedback or work through tough spots in stories. I've been telling stories for about 5 … Continue reading Connecting Storytellers and Storylisteners (Storytelling Classes Online)
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
As June comes to an end, there is one more storytelling show (that I know of) to close out the month. Don't fear, I have at least 20 shows so far to tell you about in Jul. Be on the lookout for that post Monday morning. Until then, check out the Better Said Than Done … Continue reading June Storytelling Shows: The Weekend Edition
I'm not sure who is more excited; me, or Jack. I've seen Jack Scheer tell stories a few times, but never got the time to get to know him better. Jack seems excited to just talk about storytelling. Either way, storytelling is at the center of our enthusiasm. Jack has been performing in community theater … Continue reading Meeting Local Storytellers: Jack Scheer
He's been in shows for Story District, Better Said Than Done, and The Moth. When he's not busy captivating audiences with his stories of Russia and beyond, Sufian Zhemukhov is teaching college level history and recently, completed writing a book. Let's take a look at this storytelling educator. Sufian brings a Russian background with a … Continue reading Meeting Local Storytellers: Sufian Zhemukhov
I remember living near Tokyo, Japan and saying "my God, this must be the worst traffic in the world." I now see that I was being prepared to live in the DC area. I love the activities in DC, but could do without the drive. So, when I heard about Better Said Than Done in … Continue reading Who Said It Better?