Introduction to Storytelling Workshop
June 24 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm$175
Do you listen to The Moth or This American Life on NPR and think, “I can do that – I have stories to tell!” Would you like to be a more effective public speaker, or just spin a good yarn at a party? If so, this all-day workshop on June 24, 2018 will fill the bill. Led by Moth Radio Hour storyteller Tracey Segarra, this interactive, fun primer will teach you the basics of effective storytelling using some fun exercises to help uncover your own stories. Everyone will leave with at least one good 3-5 minute story to tell friends, family or on a stage.
The cost for the workshop is $175. There are 12 slots available. Get your tickets here.
*The venue for the workshop has not yet been confirmed, but it will be located in Nassau County.
About the instructor
Tracey launched her career in NYC as a reporter and editor for local newspapers and national wire services, interviewing assorted politicians, celebrities and criminals. She now heads up marketing and communications for a professional services firm on Long Island. She has appeared on the Story Collider and Risk! live show and podcast, the Moth Radio Hour on NPR and is a 3-time NYC Moth StorySlam winner, a Moth GrandSlam champion and the host of a storytelling show on Long Island, “Now You’re Talking!”