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Team Up! Tell in Tandem!: A How to Guide from Experienced Tandem Storytellers

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A "How To Manual" and more on performing storytelling in tandem--two persons performing together. Who is doing tandem work? How did they begin to work together? What is their process? Is it sometimes multicultural? Can it involve other arts? Is it improv or scripted? Can it involve more that two tellers? Over 50 storytellers from throughout the US an in several other ...more
Paperback, 354 pages
Published July 9th 2010 by Presto & Us
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Kevin Cordi
Jun 17, 2015 Kevin Cordi rated it it was amazing
I was privledged to be in this book. This is the most extensive diverse collection of tandem telling available. Written by experienced teller Harold and Jonatha Wright, they guide us on a journey of telling together. They have collected advice and suggestions from tandem tellers around the USA and the world. If you are interested in how to tell stories with a partner or simply want to explore the co-creative process of storytelling and story making, I reccomend you read this text.
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