Feb 25, 2019
On episode #38 of the Speak Up Storytelling podcast, Matthew and Elysha Dicks talk storytelling.
In our followup segment, we talk about upcoming shows and workshops and offer a shout-out to a listener who we recently met IRL!
In our Homework for Life segment, we talk about four entries in Matt's Homework for Life, and how when combined, they can tell a complete story. We also talk about the value of saying things that other may think but not often speak aloud, and how even when presenting yourself in a less-than-positive light, a storyteller can get an audience on their side.
Next we listen to Lauren Doninger's story about her son's illness and her fight to be heard.
After listening, we discuss:
Next, we answer questions about titling stories and turning a negative moment into a positive moment.
Finally, we each offer a recommendation.
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STORYTELLING WORKSHOPS 2019
May 4: Storytelling workshop (beginner), CT
May 18: Storytelling workshop (advanced), CT Historical Society
June 1: Storytelling workshop (master class), CT Historical Society
July 29-August 2: Storytelling bootcamp, CT Historical Society
August 17: Storytelling workshop, Taproot Theater, Seattle, WA
October 25-27: Storytelling workshop, Kripalu Center for Yoga and Heath
December 6-8: Storytelling workshop, Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health