Sage Tyrtle is a kind of special storyteller. She creates profound connections with audiences as they listen to her personal, expertly-crafted and engagingly-presented stories. She’s performed all over the world, sharing stories that vary in length and topic. Some are finely tuned and developed over a considerable time frame, and others are improvised on the spot.
Her talents have been recognized internationally. She’s won the Moth StorySlam multiple times, the Moth’s Eastern Grand Slam and has appeared on the PBS television show “Stories From The Stage”. She’s been featured on NPR and CBC Radio, MacLean’s magazine and the Toronto Star. And she’s regularly invited to be part of arts and culture events and festivals.
She’s generous with her talent, leading workshops and offering tips to aspiring storytellers so they can develop their own skills too.
On this episode, host Angela de Burger chats with Sage about her personal storytelling style, how she connects with an audience, and what techniques make a storyteller really effective.
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