“The Story Voice”

To be Artistically Ambitextrous?

January 10, 2023 Hank Roubicek, Mary Edgerton, Erik Heen, and Larry Thompson
To be Artistically Ambitextrous?
“The Story Voice”
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“The Story Voice”
To be Artistically Ambitextrous?
Jan 10, 2023
Hank Roubicek, Mary Edgerton, Erik Heen, and Larry Thompson

This is a synopsis of the incredible guest on Houston's award-winning "So, What's Your Story?" aired Wednesday at 6 cst.

 An award winning storyteller, actor, and voice over artist, Native Brit, Bernadette Nason has been a Texas Commission on the Arts' touring artist since 2002, performing annually to as many as 30,000 happy people. Celebrated for her animated retelling of multicultural folktales and for her personal stories about the lifestyles in countries in which she has lived, she is also an exemplary liar--winning the dubious title "Biggest Liar in Texas" In 2017. Living in Austin, Bernadette is regularly seen in regional theatre, receiving the Austin Critics' Table Award for Conspicuous Versatility. She can be seen in the film Miss Congeniality, and more recently in The Trial of Alice. She has two books: Tea in Tripoli, about her year of living dangerously in North Africa, and Stealing Baby Jesus: A Treasury of Ludicrous Attempts to Rescue Christmas ...now on audio, I believe. 

This is a brief synopsis because there is so much more about Bernadette so please visit our Facebook page and bernadettenason.com. 

Enjoy!!!!

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This is a synopsis of the incredible guest on Houston's award-winning "So, What's Your Story?" aired Wednesday at 6 cst.

 An award winning storyteller, actor, and voice over artist, Native Brit, Bernadette Nason has been a Texas Commission on the Arts' touring artist since 2002, performing annually to as many as 30,000 happy people. Celebrated for her animated retelling of multicultural folktales and for her personal stories about the lifestyles in countries in which she has lived, she is also an exemplary liar--winning the dubious title "Biggest Liar in Texas" In 2017. Living in Austin, Bernadette is regularly seen in regional theatre, receiving the Austin Critics' Table Award for Conspicuous Versatility. She can be seen in the film Miss Congeniality, and more recently in The Trial of Alice. She has two books: Tea in Tripoli, about her year of living dangerously in North Africa, and Stealing Baby Jesus: A Treasury of Ludicrous Attempts to Rescue Christmas ...now on audio, I believe. 

This is a brief synopsis because there is so much more about Bernadette so please visit our Facebook page and bernadettenason.com. 

Enjoy!!!!

Support the Show.