Storytelling Workshop Package
Price includes admission to the following workshops:
1.Creating and Performing Oral Images January 11, 2014
Images are the building blocks of stories. We use them drive action, shape characters and build environments. Steven shares a method for creating concise, powerful, inviting images by juxtaposing simple performance elements drawn from text, voice, gesture and movement. Discover how we can shape complex characters and tangible environments without getting lost in the details. Simplify your approach and trust your audience to build the image with you. Beginning to Intermediate. Presenter: Steven Henegar
2.The Art of the Story in the Business of Communication:
Effective Storytelling in the Workplace March 8, 2014
Will Hornyak is an advocate for storytelling as a "change agent" for individuals and organizations. His workshop will consider: the four stories that need to be told in every workplace, facilitating storytelling in small groups, and developing stories for professional presentations. Will has offered workshops for Intel, Doc Martens Shoes, the American Cancer Society, the United States Forest Service and numerous schools and colleges. A former journalist in Latin America, Will teaches storytelling in professional communication at Marylhurst University in Portland, Oregon and performs throughout the United States.
3. On Stage: Perfecting the art of storytelling performance May 10, 2014 -
Explore your work with a cadre of experienced story coaches. Positive, helpful guidance on up to a 7 minute story in front of a workshop audience. Participants chosen by lottery during session. Each of our cadre of two or three story coaches will respond out loud to each story performance. Their experience and different perspectives will help you explore your work with new excitement and depth. Perform for an empathetic audience of fellow storytellers. Gain new insight into the art of storytelling, whether you're standing up front or listening from deep inside the heart of the story. Coaches to be announced. Recommended for all that are interested in the art of storytelling, especially teachers, librarians, pastors, parents and beginning performers and anyone who would just like to know how to improve their telling of a good story. This will also be an invigorating review of the basics for more experienced performers. Beginning to Intermediate.
McMenamin's Kennedy School Community Room (View)
5736 NE 33rd Ave.
Portland, OR 97211
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|