It was good to see you at the Arts Northwest Conference in Eugene. Sorry I missed you're original inquiry, but glad to hear they let you in anyway. Keep me up on your new show coming up. Good luck with that.
I ended up meeting quite a few new people as well as old friends, and that's in part what it's all about. Hoping it will eventually facilitate the selling of myself and my work in that area. Whew. Makes you a little jumpy though. Not any more solo theater folk in the showcases on Wednesday, mostly music. Along with a fine young string quartet, there was this great saxaphone quartet, and a west coast group called Three Legged Torso (I didn't ask) that might be discribed as gypsy/jazz/new music fusion, which just blew me away.
saw that you're going to be in Eugene (you must be there by now, i suppose). I didn't realize that you have to be with a group- i was just gonna come down for the day on Tues. Any chance i could sign up w/ you? I can help man the booth....!
Steve, I did take a workshop with you at Dominican College years ago, and recently worked on the BASF, Bay Area Storytelling Festival, I was the publicity chairperson. Wish you the best in your storytelling. The folks at BASF do like you and all you do for them. See there next May 2009.
No, sorry to say I will not be attending the NSN Conference. We are planning to visit Jim's mom who lives in South Dakota in early August. I know I'll miss some great workshops. I saw that you were leading one also.
I am so excited to find you on this storytellers' networking site! How long has it been...maybe 18 or 20 years since you led our group of storytellers in Greensboro, NC? NC has a storytelling Guild now - we just celebrated our 10th anniversary in March 2008.
I hope our paths cross again!
God bless, Sylvia Payne