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At 10:03am on February 16, 2011, Hannah Ryan Lathem said…
You tube probably is my best bet.  However, if by some miracle our school strikes oil--I  will send for you immediately:)    Until then, what is the best advice you could give to my young actor?
At 9:38am on February 16, 2011, Hannah Ryan Lathem said…
I am in the middle of nowhere:)  We're about four hours away from Dallas.  We're at the bottom of the Texas panhandle--if that says anything.
At 3:36pm on February 15, 2011, Hannah Ryan Lathem said…

Hi, Kevin.  I'm a drama director at Childress HIgh School, and we're doing a play called Bridegroom of Blowing Rocking.  The main character (Bridegroom) is a storyteller and uses his stories to get a young and innocent blind girl to fall in love with him. 

So, far, my actor's storytelling is flat and lazy--way too sing-songy.  I thought it might help to him to hear advice on storytelling from a man's point of view.  Also, do you have any videos on You Tube featuring your performances?

At 1:29pm on September 10, 2010, Ganesh Ramalingam said…
By the way tomorrow is celebrated as Ganesha's birthday.... So, its celebration time...
At 1:28pm on September 10, 2010, Ganesh Ramalingam said…
Hello Mr.Kevin
I am impressed on your interest on Indian Epic tales and am happy that you have shared about ganesha to an Indian guide...

very sweet of you... take care... happy storytelling....
At 6:35am on September 9, 2010, Sophie Snell said…
browsing the internet when I should be working!!
At 1:10pm on July 23, 2009, Kevin Walker said…
Yo hablo un poco español tambien!!
At 9:07am on July 23, 2009, Florencia said…
I think so, and thank you for my english It´s great to hear that!!!
At 7:28am on July 10, 2009, Rob McCabe said…
I visited Espana when I was a kid with my family. I always wanted to go to Andalusia. I am told that my great-grandfather was Basque. I went to Seville, drank Sangria in moderation at a restaurant which had Flamenco dances and Gitano musica. I remember having a wonderful time. I'd like to visit madrid someday if finances allow.
At 4:05pm on March 24, 2009, Gerald Fierst said…
Wonderful. So glad to hear that the ripple effect has paid off.
At 5:38am on March 23, 2009, Alan (Robert Alan Black, Ph.D., CSP) said…
Antequera is our nearest "big" town and is very beautiful.

I just found Antequera on the map near Malaga.

I am signing off. It will say each of us time thru eliminating steps if you would simply email me at alan@cre8ng.com.

Best wishes for a great day today.
At 5:01am on March 23, 2009, Alan (Robert Alan Black, Ph.D., CSP) said…
Kevin

I found Cordova and Malaga but not your village on a map. I found websites about our village but no map that detailed. I did find some promotional material about your village, such as:

Cuevas de San Marcos is a municipality north of Antequera in Málaga with a village by the same name that sits on a hillside not far from the Iznajar River dam. It is just south of the Genil River.

When I was in Spain in 1977 while traveling all over Europe that summer I was in Madrid, La Granga (spelling), Avilla, Toledo and then Barcelona. This trip only for the day in Huelva in the far western part of Andalucia.
At 4:03am on March 23, 2009, Alan (Robert Alan Black, Ph.D., CSP) said…
Kevin

I was just looking at some maps trying to find where you live. I am guessing that Andalucia is a region of southern Spain that includes the cities of Huelva and Seville, much like Algarve is a region in southern Portugal with Faro, Alvo and Portimao. Both on the Mediterranean Sea.

What town or city do you live in?

Yes the weather was very nice the week I spent in Algarve.

Alan
At 11:32am on March 21, 2009, Alan (Robert Alan Black, Ph.D., CSP) said…
Kevin

I was in Portugal and Spain last week. Sorry we missed each other.

I was in the Algarve Region most of the week and drove over to Huelva one day. I spoke for a group of Hotel managers one evening and was one of speakers at a Business Futures and Innovation Conference held at Algarve University in Faro.

Alan
At 10:09am on February 16, 2009, Gerald Fierst said…
Miss Cordoba already. Why aren't there orange trees in New Jersey? Keep up the good work and have fun. Look forward to hearing of your adventures.
At 12:46pm on February 6, 2009, Gerald Fierst said…
See you then.
At 4:33pm on February 5, 2009, Gerald Fierst said…
Absolutely. Here is the info about the workshop on Thursday evening- Why don't you contact the sponsor and come. See you next week.

"17:30 to 20:30 - Storytelling Workshop
(with ½ hour break)
CEP ""Luisa Revuelta"" de Córdoba
C/ Dña. Berenguela s/n - 14006 Córdoba
Organizer: Margarita Tejederas Dorado (mtejederas1@gmail.com/mtejederas@cepcordoba.org)
Tel: 957 352 508 / 671 567 355"
Audience: Around 100 English speaking teachers
At 2:57pm on February 5, 2009, Gerald Fierst said…
Dear Kevin,

Nice to hear from you. I leave for Madrid on Saturday night. I'll be working with Margaret Read MacDonald in bilingual schools. We are sponsored by the US Embassy cultural program. We'll be in Madrid Mon-Wed and Cordoba on Thursday. We have some workshops in the evenings as well as the school gigs. Suppose you are not in the neighborhood but we would be delighted to see you if you are.
At 9:24am on February 5, 2009, Heidi Dahlsveen said…
Hello Kevin, yes I am. But not too often in here unfortunately:). Otherwise, in Norway, except for storytelling - it is cold and dark. february is the worst month of the year!
At 8:35am on January 30, 2009, Jonatha Wright said…
So you are now in S. Spain. I know one storyteller there, Tim Bowley. He tells in tandem there with Spanish speaking, translating, tellers. Have you been in Spain very long? Do you have a storytelling translator/partner? What type of stories do you tell? Maybe I will see this on your website, going there now.
Jonatha

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