Hi Priscilla: We still remember and miss you here in Connecticut. Hope to see you some time soon. I unfortunately learned about the Marketing Boot Camp too late, but I would definitely be interested if you do it again.
Hi Priscilla! I am an avid fan after attending Sean Buvala's Marketing Boot Camp. Sean gave the participants a copy of the audio of your words of wisdom from the last camp you did with him. I absolutely love your energy and common sense approach to storytelling. Thanks!
Best wishes, Glenda
Hi... I just asked to become your "friend" -- Cynthia Changaris and I have a sporadic on-going friendship for lo these many decades and she just commented on my doing "Gilgamesh" recently and the "Going Deep..." teller presenting it as well. From my first self-motivated show at age 12 ("Mercury!"), I've been focused especially on the great epics and wisdom myths. Just thought we should meet, you and I.
Peace, Sara (PS, among the pix on my ps.ning site, there's a b/w photo of my "Mercury" persona)
It will be great to see you in Salina! I love that festival, the people, and that town. I haven't met Anne; when Tammy came here she was accompanied by Brianna and Dustin, 2 friends who were involved in her puppetry project then. They actually had a huge group (I think about 9 people), but it sounds as if everyone else has fallen by the wayside. I think that's just as well. As they say, too many cooks in the soup make slop. Plus, if she has any intentions of making puppetry a source of income. 2 people are enough!
Hey, Priscilla, I've been meaning to let you know you helped me out in, of all places, the Dominican Republic! I was in an international school & with the older kids I asked what countries each were from & I was fine, but could have been stumped for a Bulgarian girl except for you helping me branch out into versions of Nasreddin Hodja & also mention Clever Peter.
Blessings to you & all your puppets!
Glad to join your friends list. I remember the fun we had with our "renegade" puppet workshop at NSN convention several years ago. I'm still using some of your ideas. How is Maizie (I think that is her name!?). Muriel