In "True Tales of Women Warriors," a group of women shared stories about their lives.
In “Fairy Dust: Stories of Dreams and Illusions,” I told of my real-world experience with at my high school's "breakfast club."
I told of a dream vacation to Scotland that ended in an Inverness hospital in a show called "Vacation: Stories of Fun, Family and Disaster."
This Better Said Than Done storytelling show was called "Labor Pains: Stories of Bosses and Babies" -- and naturally featured poop.
In this Better Said Than Done storytelling show, called "Inauguration: Stories of Beginnings, Ceremonies, and Presidential stuff," I shared how TIVO changed my life.
My husband and I took the stage together to share our experience with the dreaded "relationship talk" in "He Said, She Said: Stories with a Point of View, or Two."