Mar 25, 2019
On episode #42 of the Speak Up Storytelling podcast, Matthew and Elysha Dicks talk storytelling!
In our followup segment, we read a heartwarming email from a listener about Homework for Life and our new favorite review from a listener.
ALSO, UPCOMING SHOWS:
March 30: "Courage" at Real Art
April 14: "Voices of Hope" at the Mandell JJ, West Hartford, CT
April 27: "Put Me in Coach: Stories of Athletic Endeavors” at CHS
May 18: Speak Up Storytelling: Live podcast recording at CHS
June 8: “Nature Calls: Stories of the Outdoors” at Infinity Hall
August 17: Solo storytelling show, Taproot Theater, Seattle, WA
In our Homework for Life segment, we talk about how storyworthy moments can often be identified by finding moments in our lives that cause us to ask big questions and express controversial ideas.
Next we listen to Ted Zablotsky's Voices of Hope story about returning to his father's hometown decades after the Holocaust.
Voices of Hope is an organization dedicated to preserving the stories of the Holocaust, and we partner with this organization to help the children and grandchildren of Holocaust survivors tell their stories.
After listening, we discuss:
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