Tag: The Moth

The Moth and The Unchained Tour covered by the New York Times and Oxford American

Joan Juliet Buck: “So: when George Dawes Green was young, he would stay up all night in Georgia drinking bourbon and telling stories as moths flapped against the screened-in porch of a schoolteacher named Wanda Bullard . . . “

The Unchained Tour finishes with a glorious night in Savannah

The performance, which packed about 350 of us into the spare ballroom at the Knights of Columbus on Liberty Street, was simply beautiful on many levels.

CBS Sunday Morning: Storytelling, The Moth, and George Dawes Green

The Moth and The Unchained Tour aren’t George’s only current efforts to promote a culture of storytelling. He’s also producing Helen & Edgar, the upcoming one-man show by native Savannahian Edgar Oliver at Theatre 80 in NYC.

Neil Gaiman joins storytellers for The Unchained Tour, tickets now on sale

Neil Gaiman has a huge following and commands really high speaking fees — he’s certainly an amazing get for The Unchained Tour, but I fear a ton of folks are going to be disappointed that they won’t be able to attend the relatively small venues.

Writer George Dawes Green on The Moth, storytelling, and “what makes us human”

Savannah can claim George Dawes Green as our own, right? The Brunswick-area native and longtime NYC resident has some deep roots here. George is a novelist (The Juror, Ravens, and others) and founder of The Moth, which has revived the…