Virtual Events save your space – the night your show happens, the weekend of your festival – and keep your brand alive. In this panel discussion, you’ll hear from 3 storytellers/show producers who’ve been hosting online storytelling events since March. They’ll share expertise and give tips on how to ensure your online events not only keep storytelling alive, but help it thrive.
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Rachel Hedman, M.A. received a national storytelling award for service and leadership as well as the Karen J. Ashton Award. She completed her Storytelling Masters and has celebrated being a storyteller since 1994. As Story Crossroads Executive Director, she transformed the live Story Crossroads Festival into the virtual Story Crossroads Spectacular.
www.storycrossroads.org | www.rachelhedman.com
Sheila Arnold has been gifted by God with performance skills; using this talent since she was eight years old. Since 2003 she has been a full-time Storyteller traveling through the United States and sharing a variety of stories, as well as doing Historic Character Presentations, Christian Monologues, Coaching and Workshops.
Jessica Robinson, Founder of Better Said Than Done, has performed at such venues as The Auld Shebeen, The National Women’s Equality Monument, and The Miracle Theater. Jessica performed at Exchange Place at the International Storytelling Festival in 2018, and on the World Channel TV show “Stories from the Stage,” and in the inaugural Women’s Storytelling Festival, in 2020.
Tim Ereneta is a storyteller based in Berkeley, California. He helped produce the Bay Area Storytelling Festival for more than 20 years.