"Anyone can tell a story. What sets apart someone telling a story and a stoyteller is craft."
Don Hall has been telling stories on stages since 1999 and was the host of The Moth StorySlams from 2011 - 2016 which means he’s told and heard a LOT of stories. He's taught workshops for theater, improvisation and storytelling in 19 states and three countries.
The Woodshed is appropriate for storytellers of all experience levels but is NOT designed to coax you into telling your first story. This is advanced work; there will be homework.
For first time tellers, we recommend contacting Scott Whitehair.
Six individual Woodshed workshops include:
CONSTRUCTING YOUR STORIES
- Universal Commonality
- The Architecture of the Tale
- Openers and Closers
PRESENTING YOUR STORIES
- The Music of Speech
- The Theater of the Thing
- Combining Craft and Truth
All comprise a holistic approach to the craft of storytelling. Included with each workshop is time for individual critique and exercises to improve both your presentation and expand your toolkit.
Cost is $120.00.
Registration thru Eventbrite is HERE.
All workshops are held at Chopin Theater, 1543 West Division Street
Saturdays, October 14 through November 18
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Drop-ins are welcome ($25.00 cash) for individual workshops.