Laura Grover, the guiding force behind The Bloomington Storytelling Project, talks about what it’s like to turn an everyday story into a performance. And, we’ll hear a story being told live at one of their events.
Also on the program, Yael Ksander explores the importance of Indiana Limestone on a local and national level.
And David Brent Johnson reviews the latest recording from an Indianapolis Jazz icon.
Stories On This Episode
By Yaël Ksander - Jun 14, 2010
“Five people out here in mud up to our ankles.” That's the way Amy Brier remembered the first Indiana Limestone Symposium, which she co-founded in 1997.
By George Walker - Jun 15, 2010
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie …was great hit and it has spawned a whole shelf of If You Give… follow ups.
By Annie Corrigan - Jun 15, 2010
The Bloomington Storytelling Project celebrates its one-year anniversary. The project founder, Laura Grover, talks about the power of a simple, everyday story.