Monthly Archives: March 2013

have a hard time remembering your story? check this out! Joseph

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Page to Stage Storytelling Playhouse

What thoughts do you have about the workshop with Onawumi Jean Moss? What did you take from the workshop?  http://onawumi.com

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Group 5

Our topic is the relationship between a storyteller and an audience; we are exploring how that relationship can be played upon, depended upon, removed, manipulated, stretched, or made unclear. What separates the audience from the listener? How can a storyteller … Continue reading

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distance

Storytelling, for me, is unique in that everyone involved with it must be present in ways that many other mediums do not demand. In an art with as much potential for intimacy as storytelling, one must always be aware of … Continue reading

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Keepers of the Word Our event is a storytelling performance happening at Amherst College in late April. People from across the country will be coming in to tell their stories, including Onawumi Moss, the presenter who is coming in to … Continue reading

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Singing with the Audience

In his short performance, Bobby McFerrin manages to engage his audience and invite them into his piece from the get-go. While this isn’t necessarily a storytelling piece, it reflects good methods to involve the audience: merely inviting them in and … Continue reading

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The Arts Festival Revolution -David Binder

http://blog.ted.com/2012/11/16/7-arts-festivals-that-break-the-boundary-between-audience-and-performer/ The Arts Festival Revolution evokes awareness about ways to physically involve the audience in a performance piece. David Binder explores art festivals and companies such as Royal Deluxe, and Back to Back with unique approaches, locations, and inclusion methods … Continue reading

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