Join the NJ Storytelling Guild for “Origami Story.” No not the story of origami but a story using something made with origami. We will build a ball using Origami and Ken will show how he uses it in a story. We’ll then brainstorm other ideas.
Bring a romantic story the tell, or any story you want to practice. Come to tell or listen. Bring a friend.
Maybe you’ve listened to “The Moth” on public radio or attended a story slam and imagined taking the stage yourself. In this workshop, you will learn how a story composed for performance differs from one destined for the page.
Workshop with Vicki Bryan. Explore your personal vision and purpose in your storytelling. Vicki will work us through a process of discovery so that we can create our own personal storytelling mission statement.
Join us for a free evening of accomplished speakers and storytelling in a program that will engage audience members with a variety of stories. Open to all who wish to expand their public speaking, presentation and leadership skills!
A free adult storytelling concert series. This month featuring: Dwight James, Megan Hicks, and Kathy Miller.
This workshop will: 1) introduce and define the basic concept of reminiscing; 2) discuss of value of storytelling as a reminiscence activity; and 3) provide storytelling tips for engaging elder audiences. Vicki Bryan - Facilitator
Beauty and the Beast is an archetypal fairy tale with variations all over the world. This workshop will present three different versions the tale followed by a group discussion of its significance and popularity.
Richard Stillman will be performing his “Spirit of Vaudeville Show” with guitarist Flip Peters. The tale is told through banjo strumming, eccentric tap dancing, vaudeville stories, ukulele and mandolin solos and wacky Charleston dances.