March Storytelling Workshop

FGS -  Storytelling Workshop
FGS - Storytelling Workshop
Public group

University Branch Seattle Public Library

5009 Roosevelt Way N.E. · Seattle, WA

How to find us

Join us in the private meeting room downstairs

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Learn to craft a story you can feel proud telling in front of an audience!

Gain confidence publicly telling stories by practicing in a low-pressure environment!

Meet other dynamic interesting people who enjoy sharing about real, meaningful experiences in their lives!

The March meeting will be:
- Sunday, 3/1/2020
- 1:00 pm – 3:30
- University Branch, Seattle Public Library - 5009 Roosevelt Way N.E. · Seattle, WA

Bring a story that you might like to tell on stage at a storytelling event like Fresh Ground Stories or The Moth. Your story should be 8 minutes or less. It must be true and about you.

This is a workshop, not a performance - your story can be rough. It can be written, outlined or in your head.

Come and have a great time listening to and telling stories with other motivated storytellers like these:

• "Wow! Great stories and incredibly helpful feedback!" Trish

• "What a great group! Loved it. I've discovered that storytellers are the best listeners." Ya-Ling

• "Thank you for hosting this workshop! Great info and new tips on how to tell stories on stage, and really nice and welcoming group of people." Laurie

• "Great to discuss storytelling techniques in a small group setting and practice with such supportive folks. I'll be back with my next story!" Carla

• "Last night I told my virtual dating story at the Moth. Wanted to thank everyone who provided valuable feedback at the workshop. I feel like I have a solid story and it felt good to share." Sarah

Draft your story and come join us! RSVPs are helpful!