This dynamic online workshop aims to reconnect the participants with their natural storytelling selves. Participants get to know each other and understand quickly that they are already storytellers. With a segment on story structures, building tension, layered meanings, scenes, sensory details, and beginnings and endings, participants begin to conceptualize the story they want to tell by the end of the class and gain valuable insight by working in pairs and small groups. An additional segment on performance techniques equips them not only for their final “performance” but to be a better communicator in their lives at home, school, or work. Nisha will record video of all who are willing, providing them with a lasting souvenir of the workshop.
The workshop dynamic is supportive, safe, and welcoming, allowing participants to be vulnerable, open, and honest
Nisha Coleman is a writer of fiction and memoir and an award-winning storyteller. Her memoir, Busker: Stories from the Streets of Paris, was released in 2016 by Radiant Press and was chosen as one of the 2016 Best Books of the Year by Pickle Me This. Her stories have been broadcast on The Moth Radio Hour, Risk, PBS, and CBC. Her solo storytelling show, Self-Exile, was featured at the Centaur Theatre for the 2017 Wildside Festival and won the 2016 Montreal Best of Fringe as well as the Sarasolo Festival Award of Excellence.
Inquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or 819-682-9602
We’re all Storytellers: Learning the Craft of True Life Storytelling Workshop Series 6:30-8:30 pm
Dec 20, 2022
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