Life has been busy, but I have been lucky enough to still squeeze in telling stories and jokes and talks with folks! I just finished assisting the Armed Services Arts Partnership (ASAP) with a 6-week storytelling class. There is another one coming in the fall, plus some 3 hr workshops as well. If you are … Continue reading Shows and events coming up
There's going to be a part 2 to last week's discussion about comedic storytelling as genre. This isn't it. I'm still working on pulling together all of the ideas and thoughts people had from the first post. There are ideas shared in some groups that didn't make it over to other groups. I want to … Continue reading What “The Comic Toolbox” taught me about storytelling
I am lucky enough to have a chance to bring laughter and entertainment to folks by way of the shows I happen to be in over the next few weeks. Come hear stories and jokes with a host of people in a number of shows. Some are free, some have a cost, and some are … Continue reading Guess who is telling stories and jokes and talking to folks?
Looking for jokes that are no fuss, no cuss, and all laughs? I got something for you. Follow me at Story Telling On Purpose on my blog, on Facebook, on Instagram, or on Twitter. On 1 May, 3 friends and I will bring you jokes to laugh at, stories to laugh at, and us to … Continue reading Follow the Laughs
With everyone keeping their distance, remember that stories can still bring us together. On the rise are virtual storytelling shows, comedy shows, open mics, and the like. With that in mind, I'll be tracking as many as I can find. Below are the ones I know of already. There are a few things to pay … Continue reading It's Like You're Virtually There!