Archive for December, 2012

Merry Christmas Story

Posted on December 20, 2012. Filed under: storytelling | Tags: , , , |

Better Said Than Done just had our last storytelling show of the year, and it was a holiday theme – “Holiday Cheer.” I chose to do a story about Christmas because I find myself thinking a lot, these days, about what Christmas used to mean to me, and how that’s changed over the years.

Here’s my story. Hope you enjoy my take on the meaning of Christmas.

And a Happy New Year!

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Bad Blogger

Posted on December 11, 2012. Filed under: storytelling | Tags: , |

I have been a bad blogger. I have an excuse! I have been sick since Thanksgiving! It sucks. I can’t take it anymore!

Except, I guess I kinda have no choice.

So, I figured I would do a little mini check in. A short blog with a “here’s what I’ve been up to besides coughing up a lung.”

I have planned and rehearsed for and gotten mostly ready for another storytelling show – the last of the year! (And possibly of the World, considering we all know how accurate the Mayan calender is!)

If you happen to be in the Northern Virginia area on Saturday, you should come check it out. I promise not to cough on you.

Raise a glass and celebrate the holidays with Better Said Than Done – ALL the holidays. In “Holiday Cheer” you will hear true, personal stories about Christmas and Hannukkah, as well as holidays we celebrate (or don’t) throughout the year.

Jessica Piscitelli hosts this night of stories. Storytellers include Mattie Cohan, Nate Johnson, Mike Kane, Miriam Nadel, Mel Pine, and Jeremy Strozer. Additionally, Better Said Than Done welcomes first time teller Kim Ruff.

“Holiday Cheer: From New Year’s Day to New Year’s Eve, and all the holiday ‘fun’ in between”
December 15th, 2012
Epicure Café
11213 Lee Highway
Fairfax, Virginia
7:00 PM Show
Doors open at 6:00 PM.
Tickets are $10 per person and are available at the door.

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