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Story Telling Workshop
March 14 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
March 14, 9am-5pm
Shepherd of the Lakes Church
Waupaca Story Project is hosting its first workshop! Participants will understand the elements of a great story, how to craft a compelling story for a storytelling event, and how to tell their story in front of an audience for future storytelling events if they choose!
We have limited spots–20 total. The workshop has been created and will be facilitated by two experienced storytellers who have not only graced our “stage” but have also participated in MOTH storytelling events. Storytelling is also part of their current vocations. Their outline is well-planned and sure to be an informative and creative event!
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN ATTENDING?
• Workshop fee: $40—cash payment only; to be collected at the workshop
• 20 spots available
• RESERVE YOUR SPOT! EMAIL US AT firstname.lastname@example.org
• If you want to attend and are experiencing financial hardship, please reach out to us via email and we will work with you.
Waupaca Story Project accepting submissions for the April Storytelling event:
Share your personal story of “HUNGER”: desire, drive, feasts, cravings, favorite recipes, lack of food, or other topics loosely based on this theme. Creative interpretation of our theme is welcomed and encouraged! Due April 4.
-All stories must be submitted to email@example.com by Saturday, April 4th, 2020.
-Stories must be submitted in a fully-typed format. All stories are property of the storytellers and Waupaca Story Project will never use them in any way other than to review for content and time.
-Stories must be between 5-7 minutes long and have a distinct beginning, middle and end. This usually works out to be about 1.5-2 pages single-spaced.
-Please read/tell your story aloud and time yourself before submitting so you know it is within our timeframe.
-Stories should be loosely linked to the theme which can be creatively interpreted in many ways.
-Please base your story on your own personal experience.
-Waupaca Story Project is inclusive of people with diverse beliefs, experiences & perspectives. If your story focuses on your personal beliefs (religious, political, etc.) please don’t assume these will be shared by others who are present.