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Episode Info: On episode #101 of the Speak Up Storytelling podcast, Matthew and Elysha Dicks talk storytelling! In our follow up segment, we discuss upcoming shows and workshops, all online! STORYTELLING SHOWS 2020 August 22: Speak Up at the Connecticut Historical Society (7:00 PM) (virtual) September 12: Solo show at MOPCO Improv Theater (8:00 PM) (virtual) September 26: Speak Up at the Connecticut Historical Society (7:00 PM) virtual) October 24: Speak Up at the Connecticut Historical Society (7:00 PM) virtual) October 25: Speak Up-Voices of Hope showcase (11:00 AM) (virtual) STORYTELLING WORKSHOPS 2020 September 12: Storytelling master class at MOPCO Improv Theater (10:00-6:00) (virtual) October 30-November 1: Storytelling weekend workshop at Copper Beech Institute (virtual) In our Homework for Life segment, Matt talks about nearly missing a storyworthy moment by not recognizing the impact it could have on an audience.     Next we listen to a story by Ann Guo. Amongst the many things we discuss include: Temporal transitions  Opening sentences  The power of nostalgia Pacing and pausing Vulberability Next we answer a questions about apps and programs to record stories and Homework for Life.   Lastly, we each offer a recommendation.  RECOMMEDATIONS Elysha: When characters in musicals transition from speaking to singing: http://bit.ly/2kfjzbZ Matt: Ten Lessons From Top Film Editors: https://bit.ly/3gdR31U _______________________________________________ Support Speak Up Storytelling through our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/speakupstorytelling Speak Up merch at Cotton Bureau: https://bit.ly/3gc1h35 Purchase Storyworthy: Engage, Teach, Persuade, and Change Your Life Through the Power of Storytelling:  https://amzn.to/2H3YNn3 Purchase Twenty-one Truths About Love:  https://amzn.to/35Mz1xS  Homework for Life: https://bit.ly/2f9ZPne Matthew Dicks's website: http://www.matthewdicks.com Matthew Dicks's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/matthewjohndicks  Matthew Dicks's blog: https://matthewdicks.com/blog...
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