Want to switch-up your true-life tale inspired by the theme Sink or Swim? We’d love to work with YOU!
NYTI team members Kelly Jean and Erika are teaching another No, YOU Tell It! workshop at Q.E.D. in Astoria starting January 23rd and there are a couple of spots open for registration.
photo credit: Mike Dawson
WRITE your story and PERFORM someone else’s in a workshop showcase on the Q.E.D. stage. We’ll work with you to brainstorm your story in the first session, so you only need pen & paper to start!
Our page to stage process is beneficial to writers, performers, or anyone interested in trying their hand at storytelling. No, YOU Tell It! switched-up storytelling workshops combine theater and storytelling to help you find your voice AND hear it through someone else’s.
Questions? Email email@example.com. Click here for workshop details and to REGISTER TODAY.
Want to get your story down on the page? Gain more confidence on stage? It’s your time to do both!
Photos from our ‘Tongue-Tied’ workshop by Mike Dawson.
Registration is now open for our winter “switched-up” storytelling workshop at QED: A Place To Show & Tell and features:
- A brainstorming session designed to kick-start your first draft, inspired by the theme “Sink or Swim.” All you need is a pen (or pencil, if that’s your thing) and paper to start!
- Two story workshop sessions to help you refine your true-life tale on the page. Class size is limited to make sure every piece gets heard and every writer reads at each session.
- An individual one-hour rehearsal with a No, YOU Tell It! director to work on your partner’s story.
Then you will perform on the Q.E.D. stage! The workshop finishes with a showcase where YOU, the writers, will swap stories and perform each other’s true-life tale for an audience.
Class dates are Saturdays 1/23, 1/30, 2/6, and 2/13 from 12-2 pm.
The workshop showcase is February 17th at 7:30 pm and open to the public.
$200 – Click here for more info and to register today!
Write Your Story. Perform Someone Else’s. Register for our upcoming workshop at Q.E.D. A Place to Show & Tell.
Sundays in June (12-2) starting 6/7 + a show on the Q.E.D. stage: June 29th @ 8 p.m. $150
Take your true-life tale – inspired by the theme Tongue-Tied – from page to stage and improve your writing & performing skills all in one month.
Nothing informs your work like hearing someone else perform your work!
Registration is closed for our current workshop at Q.E.D A Place To Show & Tell in Astoria but SAVE THE DATE for our workshop showcase on March 24th.
We braved the snow yesterday for our first session and the workshop participants will be working hard in the upcoming weeks to take their true-life tales, inspired by the theme New Toys, from the page to the stage!
Interested in taking an upcoming NYTI workshop? Or, want to bring a new, interactive experience to your school, office, or organization? The NYTI creative team is available for collaborative storytelling workshops. We focus on true-life stories built around a specific theme, and can adapt our switched-up storytelling structure to suit your needs. The result is a community-building experience like no other.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be put on the list for more information about future offerings, or to book us for a one-day workshop, weekend intensive, or full 5-week session that includes a workshop showcase.
Our second No, YOU Tell It! workshop at Q.E.D. A Place To Show & Tell starts this Sunday, March 1st! The theme is “New Toys” and there are only a couple of spots left. Click here for more info and to register.
The 5-week workshop is Sundays in March, plus a show on the Q.E.D. stage. You can listen to our Revelation workshop showcase here.
We had a great show this week at QED: A Place to Show & Tell. Good news… There is still room to join us for our next one!
Sundays in March starting 3/1 from 2:00 to 4:00 PM, plus a workshop showcase on the Q.E.D. stage on Tue, March 24th at 7 PM.
The workshop features:
- Freewriting exercises to kick-start your first draft.
- Two workshop sessions to refine your true-life tale.
- An individual rehearsal with a NYTI director to work on performing your partner’s story.
- A workshop showcase that is open to the public.
- A bonus post-show session to reflect on the impact of hearing your story performed, learn additional tools for revision, and receive tips on how to publish your polished personal essay.
Space is limited so click here to register. Questions? Feel free to contact us at email@example.com.