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Stories From The Stage Featuring Storyteller Sage Tyrtle

WOULD SOMEONE PLEASE CALL MY 5 YEAR OLD SELF AND TELL HER THAT I WAS ON PBS? EEEEEEEEEEE!

I am crazy happy to tell you that on June 22 I was part of World Vision’s Stories From The Stage, which was filmed in Boston.

Sometimes our first impressions are dead on. But snap judgments aren’t always the best ones. As a teen, Sage Tyrtle stumbles on a boy in a virtual chat room and decides to travel to the other side of the country to meet him; Dallas Ducar, a psychiatric nurse, must face her fear during a life-saving encounter with a neo-Nazi patient; and unlucky in love, Kevin Allison finds love by coincidence and a twist of fate. Three storytellers, three interpretations of FIRST IMPRESSIONS, hosted by Theresa Okokon. You can watch the episode below.

Online Storytelling Workshop with Sage Tyrtle

From anywhere in the world, sign up for my Online Storytelling Workshop at the Making Box. In this class you’ll learn the art of storytelling by doing. We will come together to workshop one true high stakes story from your life, taking it from idea to polished performance, and laughing ourselves silly along the way. You’ll learn how to choose stories that really matter, and why it’s important to tell these stories. This intensive culminates with an (optional) online student performance.

WHEN: Mondays from 6PM-8PM EST, May 25-July 13
WHERE: Online
WHAT YOU NEED: internet, web cam and microphone.
PERKS: 16 hours of class, no travel time
COMMITMENTS: Weekly homework assignments

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: SAGE TYRTLE
Sage Tyrtle is a professional storyteller who tells stories all over the world. Her stories have been featured on NPR and CBC radio and she is a Moth StorySLAM winner. Sage teaches the art of storytelling in schools, to individuals, and in corporate settings.

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