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Sue Hinkel Presents: Tips for Telling

From Sherry Norfolk:

My tips:

1. Always tell stories that you love. If you don't love the story, your attitude will be conveyed to the audience.

2. Don't wait for the story to be "perfect" before you share it with an audience. The story is shaped by and with the audience, so allow that to happen!


From Bobby Norfolk:

1. Find a good book of tongue twisters and practice outloud! This is basic knowledge in theatre and should be in STORY.

2. Make the story to fit your personal style. They are like clay and can be shaped and reshaped.

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