I’m back

Posted on September 23, 2013. Filed under: storytelling, writing | Tags: , , , |

Crazy times. Having a baby is exhausting and, man, is it ever time consuming! But I have managed to line up a few activities to get back into writing and storytelling. Unfortunately, they are all in the same week.

This week, I am going to be in storytelling shows, teaching a storytelling workshop, and participating in a panel discussion on storytelling. Check out this impressive list of activities!

Living to Tell About It: a discussion of the art of true, personal storytelling
Tuesday, September 24th
George Mason Campus
Fairfax, VA
More Information and Directions Here
Moderated by Shawn Westfall. Panelists include David Supley Foxworth, Jessica Robinson, Ellouise Schoettler and Anna Marie Trester.

Fall for It: Stories about following a dream, being duped, or falling hard
Thursday, September 26th
7:00PM Start
The Auld Shebeen
3971 Chain Bridge Rd.
Fairfax, VA
Seating is limited so arrive early.
More Details Here.

Believe It or Not: stories of coincidences, phenomenon, and the extra ordinary
Saturday, September 28th
8:00PM (Doors Open at 7:30P)
Walker Nature Education Center
11450 Glade Dr.
Reston, VA
$15 Purchase Tickets Here (Or at the Door)

All proceeds benefit Friends of Reston for Community Projects
Hosted by Friends of Reston Board President and Founder of Better Said Than Done, Jessica Robinson. Storytellers include, Kathy Baird, Richard Barr, Mary Supley Foxworth, Pierce McManus, Kim Ruff and Anna Marie Trester.

Storytelling Structure in Brief
I am leading a two hour storytelling workshop on structure as part of Super Story Day, at the Workhouse Arts Center.
Saturday, September 28th
More Details Here.

I am also teaching a four week storytelling workshop at Reston Community Center starting October 3rd. The workshop registration is listed under Performing Arts here.

My Better Said Than Done October and November storytelling workshops are open for registration. More details on storytelling workshops here.

I am starting an advanced storytelling workshop mid October. If interested in this four week course, contact me.


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