Storytelling 201: Storytelling Workshop
Taught by Andrew Linderman
Andrew Linderman is a writer and storyteller based in Brooklyn, NY. He teaches writing and storytelling with The Moth and 3rd Ward, and is the executive producer of Local Stories, a monthly storytelling series featuring many of New York’s best writers, performers and comedians. Andrew is also the founder of the Story Source, a blog aimed at helping artists, business people and entrepreneurs tell compelling stories. For more information, visit www.andrewinderman.com.
This class meets at our Court Street location
Do you have a personal story you’re dying to incorporate into business presentations or pitches? What about a story you’re working on for the stage or the stand-up comedy circuit that's not quite ready? Do you love telling stories and need a little practice?
In this class, we break down traditional storytelling structures and help craft your incredible stories. Through writing, improvisation and acting exercises, you'll get tips on ways to make your stories more engaging and how to best prepare for a performance. The class is small, so you'll have plenty of time to perform multiple stories and get feedback from your instructor and fellow students. By the end, you'll have everything you need to kill in front of an audience of your choosing, whether it's the Moth or the conference room.
Note: Some storytelling or performance experience is recommended, but not required for the class.
(Class size: 12-14)
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