Four Riddles for a Fortune is a riddle story about Waldo, a third son who sets out to seek his fortune and meets four strangers, each with their own advice. This is a live version, shared via Zoom in the TGIF Family Story Fest organized by Sheila Arnold and co-hosted by Linda Schuyler Ford on April 17, 2020. Find me at http://www.laurakdeal.com, find Sheila Arnold at http://www.mssheila.org/ and find Linda Schuyler Ford on Facebook. Four Riddles for a Fortune is told by permission from Kathleen C. Phillips’ heirs.
Paul made his NYC stage debut with his shadow and flashlight ghost story play “13 Dead Dreams of “Eugene”” Off-Broadway at the SoHo Playhouse in November of 2018.
“Superb storytelling.” – Front Row Center NYC
Always adapting and connecting to whatever audience is in front of him, Paul has performed his stories at theaters, festivals, comedy clubs, middle schools, corporate events and even two prisons- where he was NOT an inmate at the time. Selections from his comedy performance “Levels of Difficulty” can be heard every day on XM Sirius radio.
I’m throwing exclamation marks around because it’s shaping up to be a great month. I’m returning to Write Club Denver on February 7 and hosting the delightful Adam Booth for both a masterclass on cinematic storytelling and a house concert on February 24!
My Write Club topic is “Love.” Plenty to say about that! Will I come home with a third trophy? Doesn’t love always win? Get more information at Write Club Denver’s Facebook page. Then come cheer me on!
I first met Adam in person at the Timpanogos in September of 2018, though our stories appeared together on Episode Thirty of the Story Story Podcast. His teaching was excellent, and his storytelling mesmerized me. I’m pinching myself that I have the opportunity to host him and eager to learn from and listen to him again! Check out more information about Adam Booth’s Masterclass here, and our Evening of Stories here. You don’t want to miss him on February 24 in Boulder, CO!