We know that nothing compares to the experience of a live show,
but here are some clips of Susanne's recent work
New ENGLAND Public Radio
The second season of the Valley Voices Story Slam culminates in one final night of competition on Saturday, October 1st at the Academy of Music in Northampton.
As a preview of what to expect, we’re back with an episode featuring a couple of our best storytellers from past events. Suzanne Schmidt won last year during our first season, sharing with us how our lives give the perfect example of a “bell curve”.
Vermont Public Radio Focus on the Arts
Susanne Schmidt started telling stories over a year ago, during a comedy fundraiser for the lunch ladies of Vermont. “The day before the event, I was having a really hard time deciding what to do for my set, when I realized I had a story about my lunch lady when I was growing up," Schmidt says. “So I threw out my comedy set, got up in front of 200 people and told my story.”
From that point forward, Schmidt hasn’t stopped connecting with people through her storytelling.
A fabulous night at Vermont's longest running first-person storytelling event. This was the winning story from the Blue Barn recorded live in June of 2016.
Recorded live at The Main Street Landing Black Box Theater