MouseMuse Now Produces Independent Storytellers, or How We Learned to Play Nice With Others

Here at MouseMuse, we love our Storytellers. Really, we do! All of this hullabaloo is, at the core, for them. Marketing interns work and slave over bright computer screens to get butts in seats so that as many people as possible will be gifted with the joy, sorrow, and all-around thrill that is a Storytelling event. Since its inception, the goal of our flagship program has been to put everyday people front and center and give them a platform upon which they can share their adventures with the world. It is safe to say that we can regard that as a mission accomplished, but there's always more to strive for.

Aren't there motivational posters which preach about "shooting for the stars," or something like that? That's what we're going for.

The next step, faithful readers and viewers and listeners and Facebook fans, is moving beyond our own stable of storytellers and moving on to established acts looking to share their stories. These are the people with fans and awards, the storytellers who have a following. Now, we don't mean to imply that we're abandoning our standard Storytelling programs, but we are adding a new trick to our roster. It's time to start producing the independent storytellers. It's time to go big.

What does this mean? This means people who can do hour-long shows as opposed to round-robin ten-minute stories. This means the kind of people who make you feel incredible from the get-go.

This means MouseMuse is going bigger, bit by bit, and we're thrilled by the people who are coming along for the ride. Won't you join us?


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