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
Performaces coming up in June
Summer is here and there is no shortage of things to do! Whether it's online or in-person, I have stories and jokes and talks with folks all month. This month I'll be performing twice with Better Said Than Done (hosting this week, and performing at the end of the month). I'll also be traveling to … Continue reading Performaces coming up in June
So, it’s been another year, huh?
Technically, the anniversary for the Story Telling On Purpose blog is May 14th, so this post is a bit early. Looking at the insights section from WordPress, there have been about 13K views, just over 8K visitors, and I've posted 290 times (not including this one). I have zero idea how that compares to how … Continue reading So, it’s been another year, huh?
Connecting Storytellers and Storylisteners 2022: Workshops, Classes, and Coaching
In 2019, I did a series of blog posts highlighting storytelling workshops in the DC, MD, VA area. If you are a 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 since 2014. Since … Continue reading Connecting Storytellers and Storylisteners 2022: Workshops, Classes, and Coaching
Connecting Storytellers and Storylisteners (Storytelling Classes Online)
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)
You Can Learn To Tell A Story?
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?
Telling Stories at the Movies
Every good movie has a good story in it. It only makes sense, then, to have local storytellers at the DC Black Film festival to tell stories and to help teach storytelling. All we need now is you! Go to the link below, get tickets, and see local storytellers deliver stories in various parts of … Continue reading Telling Stories at the Movies
Have You Heard One Of My Stories?
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?
Tales of Summer (The Update!)
A lot can change in a week! See what shows were added or moved to different dates listed below. Want your show listed in a monthly blogpost? Send me info about date, time, place, and a link to your site to email@example.com. I'd love to hear about, and so would the rest of the DMV. … Continue reading Tales of Summer (The Update!)
Last Thoughts On Storytelling Workshops
As March comes to a close, so does my series on storytelling workshops. There are still many more workshops, particularly here in the DC, MD, VA area. I even found some that can done online. In my short journey into storytelling, I have found that there is so much more than what I could have … Continue reading Last Thoughts On Storytelling Workshops