Think You Can’t Be Fooled?

This past weekend was one of my first experiences with a professional storyteller.  I had no idea what to expect going to Two Truths and a Lie.  I had heard and read a fair amount about the three storytellers (Lisa Champelli, Stephanie Holman and David Matlack). ... read more

In Memory of Hope Baugh

Written by: David Champa Sally Perkins is a well-known professional storyteller in the Indianapolis community for more than thirty years.  She tells a wide variety of stories, from fiction to non-fiction, and history to ghost stories. ... read more

Meet Me

Written By: David Champa My name is David Champa and I am the summer intern for Storytelling Arts of Indiana.  I am a Senior at Butler University studying Arts Administration in Music.  I grew up playing double bass in the New Albany Symphony... read more

The Second Time Around

Written by Ken Oguss Storyteller, Documentary Filmmaker Digital Audio Editor and Transcriptionist for The Life Stories Project I am sitting at the computer in my apartment in Broad Ripple with the windows open. I can hear the singing of birds, and in the... read more

Smoke and Mirrors Told by Adam Booth

Written by Jane Corbett Board Member of Storytelling Arts of Indiana Adam Booth’s first storytelling show in the state of Indiana took place on March 24, 2018 at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center. In spite of less than ideal road conditions in and... read more

Hello Indiana

written by Adam Booth P.O. Box 3125 Shepherdstown, WV 25443 (304) 886 – 9481 Hello Indiana! I look forward to sharing stories with you in late March. Although I have been telling professionally for thirteen years, this will be my first show in... read more

My First Experience of a Professional Storyteller

Written by Brian Kremer From ten minutes before the story began, she never broke character. Patiently, deliberately polishing the vase she held on her lap, Dolores Hydock had me before she even stood up.  The following 45 minutes were an... read more

Experiencing Antonio Sacre

By Brendan and Sarah Burrow Weaving collective nostalgia and distinct bicultural anecdotes, Antonio Sacre visited Indianapolis on February 17th and left a lucky few with the one thing that matters most: the aspiration to share more of... read more

Medieval BePop

Written by Dolores Hydock They remind me of jazz musicians. The music they play is from the middle ages, and there’s no time signature, no instrumentation specified, no harmonies already lined out. The three musicians of PanHarmonium start with... read more