Take two stories:
What makes Take Two Storytelling different is that storytellers tell a true story but give two endings--one how things actually unfolded, the other where they get to explore an alternate ending. Think of it as an opportunity to right wrongs, wrong rights, experience lost opportunity, take the other fork in the road (either metaphorical or physical), or settle scores. You get the chance to say what you would have said, do what you could have done, and make it all turn out differently--the perfect chance to put a new spin on an old story or try a new story where you want to explore what-might-have-been. Stories should be around 8-10 minutes long including both endings, and the endings can be told in either order. Storytellers are encouraged to be vulnerable and adventurous. Let the audience vividly experience both your alternate ending and your actual ending.