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Storytelling:  Crushing the Constraint of Conformity

An interview with Tricia Rose Burt

     Tricia Rose Burt helps people tell and live better stories. A frequent keynote speaker, she’s a writer, performer, and featured guest storyteller with The Moth, the acclaimed international storytelling collective, and her stories are frequently broadcast on the The Moth Radio Hour as well as The Moth’s podcast. In addition, she conducts storytelling workshops for America’s leading organizations as part of The Moth’s corporate training arm, MothWorks, and also for her own clients.  Her one-woman show, How to Draw a Nekkid Man, was selected for the 15th Annual New York International Fringe Festival, further honored to be included in the FringeNYC Encore series, curated for the Nashville Sideshow Fringe Festival, and selected for NYC’s United Solo Theatre Festival. An audio recording of the show is available both on CDBaby and iTunes. Burt is currently working on a memoir. Find out more at www.triciaroseburt.com.

 

     Why are some individuals so effective when they are communicating in both their personal as well as their professional lives?  Tricia Rose Burt, a master storyteller and trainer shares how she redirected her life and what she does to communicate so effectively.