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Stuart Nager
  • 61, Male
  • Yonkers
  • United States
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Professional Storyteller is a network for people who work in the field of oral storytelling. Please write a brief paragraph about your work.
Newly published author; old time Professional Performance Storyteller. Working in the greater New York City area, and beyond. I am a certified NYS Theater Teacher and lead Workshops, Residencies and Professional Development programs in Drama and Storytelling.

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At 8:30pm on August 25, 2008, ELISE KRAKOWER said…
Hi
I am in Bermuda, will contact you when I get back,
Elise
At 9:10pm on August 6, 2008, ELISE KRAKOWER said…
Hi
I am down in Tn for the NSN storytelling conference. I didn't knwo you were trying to get a hold of me. I lost you phone no. leave it for me on my line. Would love to get together.
Elise
At 7:41pm on April 1, 2008, Julie Pasqual said…
Oh my God!!!!!!!!!!!!! I swear the world is just way too small! I don't know how much time I'll have to really be part of this whole thing, but it sounded like something I should check out - hope all is well with you! "Talk" soon! Julie
At 1:37pm on April 1, 2008, Rivka Willick said…
Welcome to the site. A teller from Yonkers! Your just an ogre's throw away from NJ.
Rivka
At 10:18am on March 31, 2008, Don 'Buck P' Creacy said…
jack and the strawberry?! ha ha... I want to play with that idea myself... ha ha

have a great day.. get healthy and post some audio so we can hear you tell.

Buck
At 12:21am on March 31, 2008, Rachel Hedman said…
Dear Stuart:

Welcome to the site.

I have always enjoyed improv. While at Brigham Young University, one of the most popular groups was Divine Comedy who did improv. You had to arrive early to even get a seat.

If you have read any of the "Fablehaven" books, the author--Brandon Mull, was part of Divine Comedy. We had some classes together for our Communications majors. I saw him again at a Children's Literature forum a week ago.

For the BYU Storytelling Club, we used improv games all the time to work on our skills. Whenever I attend the National Youth Storytelling Showcase in Pigeon Forge, TN, there is a tradition of having an all-nighter of storytelling games on the last night of the event with the youth tellers.

Rixon Lane--who is on this site--inspired an advanced storytelling game called "Tell-off". I have a feeling you would appreciate it.

Perhaps we can exchange improv games.

Until we tell again,

Rachel Hedman
At 12:18am on March 31, 2008, Rachel Hedman said…
Dear Stuart:

Welcome to the site.

I have always enjoyed improv. While at Brigham Young University, one of the most popular groups was Divine Comedy who did improv. You had to arrive early to even get a seat.

If you have ready any of the "Fablehaven" books, the author--Brandon Mull, was part of Divine Comedy. We had some classes together for our Communications majors. I saw him again at a Children's Literature forum a week ago.

For the BYU Storytelling Club, we used improv games all the time to work on our skills. Whenever I attend the National Youth Storytelling Showcase in Pigeon Forge, TN, there is a tradition of having an all-nighter of storytelling games on the last night of the event with the youth tellers.

Rixon Lane--who is on this site--inspired an advanced storytelling game called "Tell-off". I have a feeling you would appreciate it.

Perhaps we can exchange improv games.

Until we tell again,

Rachel Hedman
At 12:16am on March 31, 2008, Rachel Hedman said…
Dear Stuart:

Welcome to the site.

I have always enjoyed improv. While at Brigham Young University, one of the most popular groups was Divine Comedy who did improv. You had to arrive early to even get a seat.

If you have ready any of the "Fablehaven" books, the author--Brandon Mull, was part of Divine Comedy. We had some classes together for our Communications majors. I saw him again at a Children's Literature forum a week ago.

For the BYU Storytelling Club, we used improv games all the time to work on our skills. Whenever I attend the National Youth Storytelling Showcase in Pigeon Forge, TN, there is a tradition of having an all-nighter of storytelling games on the last night of the event with the youth tellers.

Rixon Lane--who is on this site--inspired an advanced storytelling game called "Tell-off". I have a feeling you would appreciate it.

Perhaps we can exchange improv games.

Until we tell again,

Rachel Hedman
At 10:09pm on March 27, 2008, Tom Taylor said…
Hope you're soon feeling better, and maybe not quite so busy.

When things slow down a bit, and you're over the bug, maybe we can find time to 'talk' a bit online.

Take Care,

Tom
At 7:15pm on March 27, 2008, Don 'Buck P' Creacy said…
I love the Grimms tales and I would love to see your work. Hope you feel welcome here at this site... because you are.

Looking forward to getting to know you

Buck
 
 
 

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