In 2012, I created the “switched-up” storytelling series,
No, YOU Tell It!
What is switched-up storytelling? WATCH and see!
Producing live No, YOU Tell It! shows in various venues around New York City, we have found that our page to stage process is beneficial to writers, performers, or anyone interested in trying their hand at writing and storytelling. Hearing their words read out loud by someone else allows writers to gain a new perspective on the story they want to tell, performers get a chance to connect with personal material, and everyone comes out of the experience a little bit stronger.