Delighting the audience.
Getting some laughs.
Some uproarious applause at the end.
Maybe even winning?
You’ve imagined yourself on stage, but you sit in the audience every time, making sure your hand doesn’t get anywhere near THE DREADED HAT.
The stage feels like it’s a million miles away. It’s big and scary. All those people. The lights. Those dragons. The moat you have to cross to get to the stage.
Or maybe you’ve told a story and it fell flat. Didn’t quite land. You got blown off the stage by the dreaded blowhorn cuz you kinda got off track, wandered down some back roads, and never made it to that great punchline you had planned.
Totally bombed and left the stage with your head between your knees, vowing never to tell a story again.
You will be the hero in your own story!
You won’t want to stop!
You’ll put your name in the hat every time!
You’re in luck. I’ve got just the ticket.
You’ll get all my best storytelling secrets, and you’ll walk away with a story to tell at the slam, PLUS the confidence to actually follow through, put your name in the hat, AND DELIVER IT.
Yes. On stage at Truth Be Told.
(Of course you can tell your story anywhere…at a dinner table, at The Moth in Denver, at a business meeting, at a wedding…but we’re aiming for the Truth Be Told stage)
Not only keep them engaged–I’ll show you how to knock their socks off.
What you’ll get:
photo by Katie Day Weisberger
TEEN storytelling workshop & showcase
Next workshop: TBD
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Stories Creating Space for Race
November 7th at 7:00 pm
Dairy Arts Center, 2590 Walnut St, Boulder CO AND on Zoom