Antonio Rocha
  • Oct 9, 2013 6:00 pm
  • 58:07 mins

This episode spotlights Brazilian storyteller Antonio Rocha.  Antonio has performed his solo shows in 14 different countries - wowing audiences with his unique combination of storytelling and mime. Our episode begins with an interview between Antonio and our host Sam Payne.  In the interview they discuss how to get started in professional storytelling, Antonio's background in miming, South American vs. North American storytelling culture, and what traveling for storytelling has taught Antonio about the United States.  The bulk of the episode is filled with some of our favorite recordings of Antonio, including  "Alazao the Horse that Saved Six Lives", "The Deer and the Jaguar Share a House" and "The Boy and the Firefly." For more information regarding Antonio and his stories you can visit his website: