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Tales from San Miguel and other stories

By YaYa Silva

Everyone has a story…captivate a crowd with yours; breathe fire into a true tale of ordinary life. You are extraordinary, share it.

An evening of short fiction, performed by top actors with book presentation by E.E.King
Thu, Jan 23, 8pm
Shelter Theater
Vicente Guerrero 4
50 pesos

Storytelling workshop
“Tell Me a Story” by E.E. King
Thu, Jan 30, 4-7pm
Vicente Guerrero 4
150 pesos

“Storytelling Slam”
“Tales from San Miguel and Other Stories” Show
Fri, Jan 31, 7pm
Shelter Theater
Vicente Guerrero 4

Have you ever fantasized about being a guest on a talk show? What story would fascinate a crowd? All of us have at least one true tale that happened to us and when the time is right, it would be wonderful to tell “your story” with confidence. You can hear the roar of laughter or draw a tear from the hard-hearted, a gasp when you–the protagonist–fall upon some unpredictable situation. Everyone is spellbound!

Storytelling Workshop

1. Via email, submit a five-minute true story that happened to you. Choose an unusual, pivotal, fun, frightening, coming-of-age, funny, irreverent, sentimental or Aha! incident on any subject. Time your tale to be about five minutes (about four pages double spaced.)

2. I edit your story giving it the most powerful impact possible and email it back to you, along with two pages of pointers to help structure and organize yourself. (You may use notes, read your story or tell it.) We all know someone who is “all over the place” while telling a story. Not you!

3. In two groups storytellers receive valuable performance coaching by the workshop facilitators. (Only five students per teacher.)

4. Invite friends to the storytelling show-for free

Meet at 4pm at Shelter VG4 Theater. Vicente Guerrero 4, 415- 154-7524. Please bring edited story with you. For coaching January 30, 150 pesos

Workshop Includes

* A professional edit of your story

* A coaching session to enhance performance. Only five students per instructor.

* A show featuring all the storytellers. Invite family and friends to hear your story!

* Opportunity to tape/record/photograph a personal performance

Class size limited to 10. To sign up: please email your contact info and personal tale to: Elizabeth Eve King You will get a return e-mail.

E.E. King: Author of Dirk Quigby’s Guide to the Afterlife, The Adventures of Emily Finfeather Real Conversations With Imaginary Friends and Another Happy Ending, an anthology of short fiction. “Her tales are marvelously inventive, wildly funny and deeply thought-provoking. I cannot recommend them highly enough.” Ray Bradbury. She has performed widely and taught at The San Miguel Writer’s Conference, 2013.

Mariana Williams: Producer of ‘Long Beach Searches for Greatest Storyteller,’ a citywide event now in its third season. Mariana is the author of two novels. She is a competitive storyteller and a finalist in the acclaimed Moth GrandSlam in Los Angeles. She conducts storytelling workshops in Southern California.


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