144 episodes

Exploring the art and craft of storytelling along the Wasatch front with filmmakers, theatre artists, writers, fine artists, musicians and more. Produced and hosted by Liz Christensen.

In the Telling Liz Christensen

    • Performing Arts
    • 3.8, 10 Ratings

Exploring the art and craft of storytelling along the Wasatch front with filmmakers, theatre artists, writers, fine artists, musicians and more. Produced and hosted by Liz Christensen.

    Actress Nadia Sine

    Actress Nadia Sine

    Actress Nadia Sine talks about her experiences as a black actress in white american theatre.

    • 37 min
    The Parker Theatre's CoVid Conundrum

    The Parker Theatre's CoVid Conundrum

    James Parker, Executive Director, talks about the Parker Theatre’s experience as the first Utah theatre to go back to presenting live shows with an audience after quarantine with their production "The Corona Conundrum."

    • 40 min
    Comic Books with Dustin Craig

    Comic Books with Dustin Craig

    Dustin Craig of Boff Comics talks about comic book writing, layout, structure, branding, printing and selling comics on Etsy.

    • 20 min
    Choreography with Dan Higgins

    Choreography with Dan Higgins

    Professional dancer Dan Higgins digs deep into his process of dancing and choreographing.

    • 24 min
    Comics with Alondra Lopez

    Comics with Alondra Lopez

    Comics creator Alondra Lopez on making comic books, illustrating, tips for using Patreon, and creating a community of comic book artists.

    • 24 min
    Make Offer part three

    Make Offer part three

    A romantic comedy about a single woman, who, like the house she inherited, is on the market, low on curbside appeal, and desperate for an offer.

    • 18 min

Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

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The Understanding of Creativity and Storytelling

I found out a few months ago a new podcast was in the works, a podcast about how we communicate stories. Of course, it's more than that. The creator of the podcast is Liz Christensen. If you know her, you know why she would want to create such a thing. She's fascinated the art of storytelling. It's easy to imagine her wanting to, not only learn new things herself, but create a way for as many people as possible to learn them, too.

It only launched officially last week, but there's over twenty episodes, some longer than others. It's amazing how much work Liz has already put into the project. Once again, if you know Liz, this isn't surprising. She jumps into projects with both feet--all the way or not at all.

I've listened to most of the episodes already and I plan to listen to more when I have the time next week. If you want to know more about novel writing, live theater (including opera), singing, doing stand-up, film festivals, stage management, how to make a feature film, and much more, please check out In The Telling. I can't wait to find out what other amazing things Liz has in store for us all. Please check out In The Telling podcast. If you like all things creative, you'll love it.

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