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The Actor Within :: A Storytelling Journey 
and The Veterans Community Media Center

The Actor Within  
Wednesdays, starting February 12

$15.00 - non-veterans   ::  $10.00 - veterans  ::  First Class Free!
First Class FREE if you RSVP in advance on Meetup 
Get tickets @ EventBrite! 


Free the Storytelling Dragon...

Story applies to everything we experience. It informs what and how we communicate. Story also drives our creativity to invent, problem solve, and find the endless ways we relate to one another, from live events, marketing and recorded media, to the new digital domain. The stories must go on...

Enter the world of Acting…

Learn to 'discover' your own insights and apply them practically to narrative or abstract concepts. We will explore Acting technique, improv, text deconstruction, active choice analysis, and other exercises, to recognize your ability to explore your creative choices in writing, directing, filmmaking, transmedia… and yes, even Acting!

Conducted by Ulises Escobar with Mark Rachel 



The Veteran Community Media Center (website)
1720 Market St., San Francisco, CA, 94102 
(across from FLAX on Market, @ Gough and Valencia)

Please register on Eventbrite: 
The Actor Within-EventBrite for tickets!

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

If you end up driving to SF, parking for The Veterans Community Media Center is best on the streets behind the building.

Some optimum streets on the weekend are Haight, Waller and Octavia, which has some residential parking.

Street map of the area...

If your in the city, Muni transportation:
6 Parnassus, 71 Haight/Noriega, F Market & Wharves

The streets in front of the building (Valencia and Market) have coin-driven parking meters until 6pm on Saturdays.

The Veterans Community Media Center is also accessible by BART, however it is a good 5 block walk from either the Civic Center or the 16th & MIssion stations.

For more info on transportation options, you can check

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