Narrative is everywhere. From English Football to personal memoir we use narrative to explain the unexplainable, to define ourselves, to set us apart, and to connect us.
I tell true stories from my life on stage. They're usually a little funny and a little sad. Kind of just like life.
I also teach storytelling. I've worked with victims of 9/11, recently incarcerated youth, and educators.
"The Wagon" - A story about racism, prison, and weed. This story has been featured on The Moth Radio Hour as well as their award winning podcast.
"Milking It" -- A story about the redemptive power of work and bull semen.
"Australian Emily" -- A story about balance, pain, and Jerusalem--the sexiest holy city.
"The Cult Of Andy" -- A story about knowing when it's time to just pack it up.