How can one keep a professional storyteller safe to perform his craft (details inside)
I have had the misfortune of not having a professional venue so I told story’s on the street and on the job for practice. I find that some people can’t understand what is real and what is fantasy. Where is a good beginner venue for a powerful storyteller in Canada? I usually do best in Dungeons and Dragons games, where I can freak people out in a safe manner. I like spontaneous stories in which I can change the story as needed to small groups of less than 5 people. I find that sometimes people run off and call community outreach workers when they don’t understand that I am telling a story, so every so often I get put on disability and I use that as a main source of income when people are uncomfortable hiring me in my local town for dish washing ect. I live in Alberta and for the most part I find that I keep my stories to myself and a very close group of trusted acquaintances. I would like to get my own apartment and run Dungeons and Dragons games from my home, Is that O.K. (seeing it gets noisy after quiet hours as people calm down)? and where do I find people who can handle extremely realistic drama, maturely in Jasper National Park?