UNC researcher studies the impact of live performance in storytelling

By David Saff

Amy Sayle performs her story at Bynum Front Porch. Storytellers appear once a month at events curated by UNC graduate student Sarah Beth Nelson. (David Saff/Carolina Connection).

With Halloween quickly approaching, there’s no better time to scare your friends and family with a ghost story. No matter what story is being told, the storyteller and the audience both play important roles in the overall experience.

At UNC, one researcher is studying how a physical narrator adds meaning to a story.

David Saff reports.

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