Sep 25, 2019
On episode #65 of the Speak Up Storytelling podcast, Matthew and Elysha Dicks talk storytelling.
In our follow-up segment, we read a listener's email about a filmmaker using a transition strategy mentioned on the podcast to great effect.
STORYTELLING SHOWS 2019-2020
November 2: Great Hartford Story Slam, Hartford
November 9: Sara Kaplan: Champion of the World at Emmanuel Synagogue, West Hartford, CT
November 23: Twenty-one Truths About Love book release, CT Historical Society, Hartford, CT
December 14: “Crafty” at CT Historical Society, Hartford, CT
January 11: “Still Life: Stories of Stopping and Slowing Down” at the Wadsworth Atheneum
April 4: Speak Up at the Unitarian Universalist Society, Manchester, CT
STORYTELLING WORKSHOPS 2019
October 25-27: Storytelling workshop (beginners),
Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health
November 9: Storytelling workshop (Beginner), CT Historical Society
November 16: Storytelling workshop (Advanced), CT Historical Society
December 6-8: Storytelling workshop (advanced), Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health
January 25: Storytelling workshop (Beginner), CT Historical Society
February 22: Storytelling workshop (Advanced), CT Historical Society
In our Homework for Life segment, Matt talks about a moment from his week of camp with students that would serve him well in certain spaces but might not be suited for stages like The Moth or Speak Up for specific reasons.
Next we listen to a story by Elva Guo.
Amongst the many things we discuss include:
The power of surprise and strategies used to preserve surprise
Embedding a small but universal truth into a much larger, less universal story
Next we answer a listener question about stories in the hotel industry.
Finally, we each offer a recommendation.
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