Thanks for Terrible Holidays 2014

Our many thanks to the audience, staff and tellers that made our “Terrible Holidays” of 2014 such a great show. We’ll post more soon, but for now….

Our many thanks to the audience, staff and tellers that made our “Terrible Holidays” of 2014 such a great show. We’ll post more soon, but for now, please know how grateful we are that we are able to do something of great quality out here in the West Valley. Many thanks.
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“Terrible Holidays” Auditions Open

We’re accepting “auditions” for our November 21, 2014 “Terrible Holidays” show. Fill out the form at

Go here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/WDT2XY9 to submit a story. Deadline is at 11:59PM October 31, 2014.

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Stories of Wacked Winter Family Events
Friday, November 21, 2014 7:00 pm.
Homewood Suites, (115 Ave and I-10 Freeway) in Avondale, AZ

We love our families (mostly) but sometimes those holiday gatherings…ugg, you know the ones….yikes. Come for stories of when things just went wrong in the holidays. Blow off a little steam before the stuffing hits the fan.

Download the “tellers needed” flyer here: terribleholidaystellersneeded

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Beauty and the Beast: Performances and Discussion

Welcome to StoryRise! We had five unique storytellers with diverse backgrounds and with local, national and international experience in telling stories. We turned them loose with the goal of telling a story from the “tale type” of 425C. What does that mean? Five tellers presented “Beauty and the Beast” stories from a variety of cultures and locations such as England, Switzerland, Southwest United States and Nigeria

What are the stories of “Beauty and the Beast?” What do they mean?

Welcome to StoryRise! We had five unique storytellers with diverse backgrounds and with local, national and international experience in telling stories. We turned them loose with the goal of telling a story from the “tale type” of 425C. What does that mean? Five tellers presented “Beauty and the Beast” stories from a variety of cultures and locations such as England, Switzerland, Southwest United States and Nigeria.

Following the great performances, a discussion was held between tellers and audience. YOU can listen in now to the performances and the discussion that followed. Soon, you will be able to read the printed transcript of the discussion, too.

Please visit Storyteller.net at this link now to get all the audios and the transcript.


Beauty and the Beast Storytellers Tale Type 425C. One Story, Many Voices March 21, 2014
(L to R)Mark Compton, Elly Reidy, Harriet Cole, Marilyn Omifunke Torres, Sean Buvala

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Beauty and the Beast Team on March 21, 2014

Concert: One Story, Many Voices

Take four unique storytellers with diverse backgrounds and with local, national and international experience in telling stories. Turn them loose to each tackle the same “you only think you know it” fairytale type. Let it blend and percolate and you’ll get the “One Story, Many Voices” evening of right-there-in-front-of-you storytelling. Discussion and conversation follows after the concert.

One Story Many voice www.arizonastorytelling.com

Four Unique Interpretations on the Same Well-Known Fairytale Type!

Friday, March 21, 2014 7PM
Homewood Suites Hotel, Avondale, Arizona

Tickets and Information at: www.arizonastorytelling.com

One Story, Many Voices

Take four unique storytellers with diverse backgrounds and with local, national and international experience in telling stories. Turn them loose to each tackle the same “you only think you know it” fairytale type. Let it blend and percolate and you’ll get the “One Story, Many Voices” evening of right-there-in-front-of-you storytelling. Discussion and conversation follows after the concert.

Come for fun and learning in an entertaining evening.

Students! Come see what you can learn about storytelling as an art form.

Teachers! Be inspired as you watch the ordinary become new again and find application for your classrooms.

Storytellers! Join the discussion afterwards to look at how you might use this process for fresh new ideas of your own.

Following the great performances, a discussion will be held between tellers and audience. Let’s explore some stories!

Get your tickets at http://arizonastorytelling.com/