Sharon Spell was nice enough to have me on her podcast. We talked about all kinds of things, including storytelling, social anxiety, fashionable canes and the comedic potential of chicken hot dogs.
Tim Manley’s solo show, “Feelings,” is about love, identity, sadness and self care. It’s also funny and there will be pictures. A favorite at NY Fringe, it’s closing out #SoloWeek on Saturday 12/12.
In this interview SoloWeek performer Michele Carlo talks about her comedic show “There Goes the Neighborhood,” which looks at the impact of gentrification on one Brooklyn neighborhood through the eyes of several characters.
Susan Kent is a writer and storyteller. Her SoloWeek show, “Into the Belly of the Beast,” is a storytelling show about writing as much as it is about her mother.
In yet another SoloWeek interview, Eli Reiter shares background on his show, “Get Lost: Stories from South Africa,” along with lots of good observations about storytelling.
Here’s another quick interview, this time with Marc Abbott, about his show, “Of Cats and Men,” which he’ll perform during The Tank’s SoloWeek in December.