Hi, Kevin. I'm a drama director at Childress HIgh School, and we're doing a play called Bridegroom of Blowing Rocking. The main character (Bridegroom) is a storyteller and uses his stories to get a young and innocent blind girl to fall in love with him.
So, far, my actor's storytelling is flat and lazy--way too sing-songy. I thought it might help to him to hear advice on storytelling from a man's point of view. Also, do you have any videos on You Tube featuring your performances?
I visited Espana when I was a kid with my family. I always wanted to go to Andalusia. I am told that my great-grandfather was Basque. I went to Seville, drank Sangria in moderation at a restaurant which had Flamenco dances and Gitano musica. I remember having a wonderful time. I'd like to visit madrid someday if finances allow.