Josh Kornbluth—Autobiographical Storytelling for the Stage

Some writers are not content with merely writing memoir or autobiography; some with the performance gene want to get up on stage and tell their tale aloud! How does one choose an anecdote for live storytelling? When and where should a story be turned into a longer monologue? And how about a one-person show? Does it always have to be funny or are serious stories good for the stage as well? Josh Kornbluth is a master of the craft, having done several hit stage shows ("Haiku Tunnel," "Love & Taxes") as well as acted in independent film versions of those shows. This is a rare opportunity to hear from someone at the top of their stage craft! 

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