Endorsed by Curators:
As powerful as the ancient myths, fairy tales and legends can be, they often need a special quality of relationship and care before they become accessible to an audience. This experiential workshop explores methods for developing traditional stories (myths, fairy tales and legends) to ground them in our own experience, body and voice. Participants should bring a story to work with. As well as working on telling stories, we will use a variety of activities, exercises and techniques applicable to teaching storytelling in the classroom.
Will Hornyak teaches storytelling at Maryhurst University and performs throughout the United States. He was named Artist of the Year by Young Audiences of Oregon. He lives in Milwaukie, Oregon a short walk from the Willamette River.
There will be a break for lunch food and drink is available next door at the deli at Kens Market.
$35 per person or $25 for Seattle Storytelling Guild members. Come 15 minutes early to pay with cash or check.
Limited seating! To reserve your spot, contact Allison@dancingleaves.com or 206-463-3844.
See seattlestorytellers.org for more information