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Eth-Noh-Tec Storytelling

Today I am very glad to talk about Nancy Wang and Robert Kikuchi-Yngojo, founders of Eth-Noh-Tec Storytelling.
I just watched their presentation video and I suggest you to do the same.
In four minutes they tell a lot about their personal work, but they do also about storytelling in general.
I agree with all they say and show, I think this is what storytelling is and could be.
Its potential and the real power in everyday life, not only on a stage.
In a historical time when strong forces try to divide people, we all must do more to defend what makes us unique and beautiful.
I liked very much, in particular, when Nancy and Robert say that they move together: if I go like thisshe knows to go like that. And when she goes likeI go like that.
This should be what we all must do to celebrate our common life.
I also appreciated when one of the actor defines Eth-Noh-Tec: it is to create art that heals the divides within us and the divides between us.
What a better goal for our future?

Here is their official website.



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