CANCELLED - we will try to reschedule this event for a future date.|
Ticket includes two sessions: Saturday, October 13 and Sunday October 14.
What connects us to a specific geographical place? The experiences we had there? The way it looks or smells or sounds? The people we were there with? Or something deeper?
In this two-day workshop, writer, performer and master storyteller Amy Salloway will lead you through a range of participatory exercises writing, listening, discussion, even a little improv to identify, craft and perform a true, place-based story from your own life. Youll learn the definition and essential building blocks of a story; youll identify conflict, stakes and dramatic arc; get tools to create vivid scenes, action, character specificity and sensory detail; and begin to develop your unique narrative voice. This class is engaging and useful for writers, performers and storytellers of all levels! Bring a notebook and pen, laptop computer and/or cell phone with a record feature.
Seating is limited; please reserve your tickets in advance. $110; $95 for Museum members.
Visiting the museum at this time does require the use of stairs.
Hennepin History Museum (View)
2303 Third Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55404
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|