Join writer Angela Santillo as she asks one question: What’s a moment that turned your life upside down? Never knowing what her guests will say, the conversation takes twists and turns that go beyond our ordinary stories about big life moments. Impromptu, funny, and always honest, this show explores what really happens after everything changes in an instant.
Angela Santillo is a New York City based storyteller. Her plays have been produced in New York City, San Francisco, Chicago, and Asheville. She was a finalist for the 2015 Jerome Fellowship and her work was published by Smith and Krause. After ten years of writing theater (and her very own “and then suddenly” moment), she has moved into nonfiction. Her first personal essay published by Exposition Review has been nominated for a 2019 Pushcart Prize
She produced the first season of How You Can Save the World, a podcast about environmental sustainability. Outside of writing, she has worked in management positions for nonprofits and social media marketing for writers and a poetry press. She recently launched a corporate storytelling consultancy to help entrepreneurs and nonprofits tell their story for funding and customer engagement. She has a cat named Brando, a love of running, and a growing baking problem. BA: Saint Mary’s College of California. MFA: Sarah Lawrence College. www.angelasantillo.com