In this audio interview with Beverley Glick for The Story Pary, writer/ performer Yang-May Ooi advises storytellers that the key to creative development is to keep pushing your comfort zone.
She talks about experimentation as the starting point for her remarkable theatre piece Bound Feet Blues, which is a mix of storytelling and performance. And she urges anyone who would like to have a go at storytelling to go for it and contact The Story Party, where she will be joining Beverley Glick next year to offer coaching to would-be storytellers.
You can read Beverley’s intro and listen to the audio interview by clicking on the image below:
You can listen to the full audio interview via the player below:[audio http://www.thestoryparty.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Yang-May-interview-1.mp3]
The Story Party is a regular storytelling soiree in central London co-founded by Beverley Glick and Mary Ann Mhina. As speakers, writers and advocates of the power of story, we set up The Story Party to create a safe space in which to share personal stories that can deepen our connection to each other – stories that are personal but also universal; stories that speak volumes about what it means to be human. Go to http://www.thestoryparty.co.uk/ to find out more.
You can buy tickets for Bound Feet Blues via bit.ly/bfbtickets
Tristan Bates Theatre
1A Tower St, Covent Garden WC2H 9NP
Tue 24 Nov – Sat 12 Dec, Tue – Sat at 7.30pm.
Tickets £16 / £12 concessions.
Q&As post-show, 27 Nov & 4 Dec.