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Active Kenyan Storyteller. See my posts, have fun and comment. Happy storytelling! You may read my poetry too at: http://madiang.wordpress.com/

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THE STORY OF MOUSELAND (As told by Tommy Douglas in 1944 and Adopted by Oluoch Madiang’ in 2011).

 

(KENYANS - Please find some time to tell this story to your parents and siblings and children and friends and workmates and church and mosque and matatu crew till 2012. Alternatively, if you are not a storyteller, I am one and can come tell it to your gathering)

 

Mouseland was a place where all the little mice lived and played, were born and died. And they lived much the same as you and I do.

 

They even had a Parliament. And every five…

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Posted on February 11, 2011 at 12:51pm

THE FACT THAT YOU WERE BORN IN A GARAGE DOES NOT MEAN YOU ARE A MOTORCAR!(AGREE OR DISAGREE?)

Improving

Narratives and Narration at the Kenya Schools and Colleges Drama

Festivals



by



Oluoch-Madiang’



The National Workshop for Drama Teachers and Adjudicators



Tom Mboya Labour College, Kisumu



24th January to 27th January 2005.



In The Beginning…



This paper seeks to invite participants in this workshop to reflect on some of the sticking points that have for long

bedeviled the narrative genre in the schools and… Continue

Posted on June 22, 2010 at 9:32am — 1 Comment

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At 11:14am on October 28, 2010, Raquel McKee said…
Jambo! Hello, there!

I hope the world of storytelling is bringing you many rewards at this time.

Walk good and talk soon.
Raquel
At 3:13am on October 6, 2010, Clare Muireann Murphy said…
http://limorshiponi.com/

Hello! She updated to a webpage, here you go! I am keeping well, how is all with you in Kenya?

beannacht (blessings)
clare
At 5:31am on August 10, 2010, Brenda Hollingsworth-Marley said…
Hi from New Mexico. So, what type of storytelling do you perform/present?
At 6:51am on July 2, 2010, Clare Muireann Murphy said…
Dear Teller of tales and seeker of truths

lovely to find your work on here, found you on account of the paper you posted. Gives much to think about. Have you found Limor Shiponi yet? She is on here also, and has a storytelling Agora
http://lisb.wordpress.com/
which I think would interest you greatly.

Interesting to see what problems you have with multiple tellers there in Kenya. IS that the most common form of telling? In Europe tandem telling is rare and solo performance is the norm.

interesting times!!!

welcome and glad I am to find you
with greetings from Ireland
Clare
At 5:17pm on June 22, 2010, Cíntia Moreira said…
How nice to meet you!



Cíntia
At 9:15am on June 15, 2010, Rebecca L. Buscemi said…
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