So, I've been taking this storytelling class with Corey Rosen at Writing Pad. Corey is currently the host of The Moth. It's been fun. I know Corey from Bay Area Theatresports, and his storytelling methods incorporate improvisation. Now, like the end of most performance workshops, there is a performance. Since I was in two classes, I'm in two performances (with two different stories). The performances, which are free, are Friday, 12/11 and 12/18.  On the 11th, I'll be telling "My Relationship with Cheese", and on the 18th, I'll tell "The Joy of Bombing". 

What: Storytelling showcases
When: 12/11 and 12/18
Where: Thick Description Theater,  1695 18th St., San Francisco, Ca.  94017
Cost: Free                SPACE IS LIMITED

To reserve your seat, go to: http://writingpad.com/publishing-class-in-san-francisco-2/

Also, check this out: http://writingpad.com/storytelling-workshop-in-san-francisco/  And, if you go, tell 'em Malcolm sent ya.


I loved meeting Kealoha.  Not only cuz he's an artist from Hawaii, but he is a beautiful person.  Here's our interview.  I hope you find it as delightful as I do.

My interview with Kate was almost as delightful as she.  In this interview, Kate talks about storytelling, singing, growing up during the Civil Rights Era, traveling and the correct way to pronounce Nashville.

I was able to talk to Clare fore a half hour.  Not only is she talented and funny, but she is very intelligent. This interview will be helpful not only to the novice storyteller, but to anyone who enjoys the craft of storytelling. 

I'm going to post the interviews I had with our four featured storytellers.  I've had a horrendous September, so I'm late doing this, but they will be posted by Monday, October 5th.
Yeah, I'm having a good time.  My performances have been fun, despite the low attendance.  Honestly, it is a bit discouraging spending a lot of money to produce a show and travel to a Fringe festival and not get big crowds.  But, on the other hand, it says something about my talent when I can keep a small audience entertained and laughing for an hour.  

Despite the competition for audience, the fringe experience is fun.  It's good to see friends and their new creations, and it's good to met new people.  I'm happy about this show.  It's a lot of fun to do.  

And, there's one more performance here at the Westport Coffee House.  This Thursday night at 10:30 pm.  Traditionally, the last show has been the best attended.  And, there aren't many shows at the same time.   

I'll be performing "Surviving Love" at the Off Broadway Raw Performance space in downtown San Diego between July 27th and August 2nd.  This will be part of the San Diego International Fringe Festival.  On Monday, July 27, I perform from 9-10 pm; Tuesday July 28 from 6-7 pm; Wednesday July 29 from 9-10 pm; Thursday July 30th from 10:30-11:30 pm; Friday July 31 from 6-7 pm; Saturday August 1 from 2:30-3:30 pm; and Sunday August 2 from 4-5 pm.


I'll be performing my newest show "Surviving Love" at the Kansas City Fringe Festival this year.  I'll be performing at the spacious Westport Coffee House.  I'll be performing on July 18th at 7:30 pm, July 19th at 3 pm and July 20th at 6 pm and July 23rd at 10:30 pm.  

I'm performing "Can't Ain't Nothing but a Four-letter Word"  at the Highland Inn Ballroom in Atlanta.  I'll be performing June 5th at 8 pm, June 6th at 2 pm and 9:30 pm and June 7th at 5 pm.  
More info at http://atlantafringe.org/cant-aint-nothing-but-a-four-letter-word/

I'll also be performing this show at the Colorado Fringe Festival in September.  You can always find out more by clicking on the show's tab on this website.  #atlfringe2015  @atlantafringe

You can help me during my writing process.  Please come to support me at Monday Night at the Marsh on May 4th and May 18th.  The show starts at 7:30, and the admission is $7.  I will be sharing the stage with four, that's right FOUR other solo performers (each of whom are very entertaining).  My contribution for both evenings is called "The Perfect Mistake and other stories".  I intend to be telling slightly different stories each night.  

The Marsh Theater is located at 1062 Valencia Street, San Francisco (parking garage at 21st and Bartlett)