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At 11:22am on November 9, 2017, Susan Stone said…

Hello All!  

I will be performing near Palm Beach, Florida on Dec. 3 with my interfaith group:

Keeping Faith:  Sisters of Story. (see photo below)   If anyone is near there let me know or...if you think you may have another gig just for me...telling Jewish stories, please  reply to this message or:   Also Feb 12 in Hartford, CN.   Thank you!

At 4:37pm on February 25, 2011, Kate Agmann said…
I'm not very active on the site, but I'm so pleased to see you here...Kate
At 12:15pm on December 16, 2009, Rachmiel Tobesman gave Marc Young a gift
A freilechen Chanuka - Happy Chanukah
At 11:55am on October 2, 2009, Rebecca Hom said…
Thanks, Marc. I am going to find a copy of that cartoon. I really appreciate the contributions and ideas. Hope I can return the favor as part of this group.
At 8:06am on May 11, 2009, Barry Rosen said…
I host a storytelling circle at Temple Anshe Sholom in Hamilton Ontario, which is located between Niagara Falls and Toronto.
At 7:05am on January 30, 2009, Jonatha Wright said…
Hi Marc, I had not gone to the tandem group for awhile. I have been too busy editing and publishing my book on tandem: "Team Up! Tell In Tandem!" As to your July question. Yes, my husband and I have done some gender bending in our tandems. The best example is my becoming many of the young boys in our stories. I also am sometimes a male monster. It works well, and is fun to do. It also allows us to choose stories that have more than two people easier. Hope you are still giving this a try. How is it? Nice to meet you. Jonatha Wright
At 10:25am on January 3, 2009, Gail de Vos said…
Thanks Marc, ironically enough I am heading down to Medicine Hat this morning for a couple of days! I will definitely check out the discussions upon my return to my computer.

Thanks for starting this group -- my Jewish roots have been honed by the Jewish stories I tell and research.
Yours in stories,
At 3:34am on January 2, 2009, Limor Shiponi said…
Hi Marc,
Thank you for the message. Yes, the 'exact' picture is always in the eyes of the beholder and different people interprate what is going on in different ways. Just like in storytelling, what plot will be presented out of the entire narrative is the role of the teller and what he or she think their audiences want to hear. The media does not really tell a story, it is not balanced within a responsiable form. What would "balanced" be? the same ammount of footage? the same themes? the media in general does not seek to present the ins and outs of events. It looks for strong fast drama, use and discard.
Cest la vie. Sabbat Shalom, Limor.
At 2:03pm on December 14, 2008, Joerg Baesecke said…
Dear Marc, thank you for welcoming me in JEWISH STORYTELLING! My daughter and I would love to know what story is behind your picture with the giraffe?
Greetings from the South of Germany!
At 10:51pm on November 17, 2008, Muriel Horowitz said…
I'm always looking for new stories- especially regarding Tikkun Olam. All suggestions welcome! I have to prepare something for our interfaith story circle for this week. Muriel



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