Boot Camp-February 28, 2015 (Class is full - Add your name to the waitlist)
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    Storytelling Boot Camp:
    One-day Crash Course (Class is full - Add your name to the waitlist)

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    General Assembly

    • Saturday Feb 28 - Feb 28
      9:30 am - 4:30 pm w/ lunch break
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    In this one-day (7-hour) intensive, you will generate new story material, learn about and apply narrative structure and storytelling techniques to a story of your choice, practice telling stories in pairs and small groups, and get individual feedback from the instructors.  

    Save $ when you register before February 20. Save even more if you register two people by February 20 (Two-fer offer expires on February 20). 

    Students Reviews:

    I'm an English teacher who took a SpeakeasyDC course to help with my curriculum story telling unit. The experience did far more than enrich my teaching. It was a deeply meaningful time that sold me forever on the almost sacred act of sharing true stories. A very talented and professional staff.

    I've taken two Speakeasy workshops and been on stage twice. Speakeasy coaches have given me great advice and tools on how to craft a meaningful story that is worth telling. In the process, I've made great new friends and heard some amazing stories by amazing storytellers.

     

    Kevin Boggs

    Teacher

    Storyteller and actor, Kevin Boggs has coached hundreds of individuals  since becoming part of the SpeakeasyDC  faculty in 2008. He "comes by storytelling naturally" since he grew up in Jonesborough, TN, the home of the National Storytelling Festival.  His solo show -- & Afterwards -- was a popular and critical success at the 2013 Capital Fringe Festival and he brings a sensibility to his teaching that helps each person tap into what will resonate most deeply with their audience.

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    Stephanie Garibaldi

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    Stephanie Garibaldi is SpeakeasyDC's most senior teacher (which does not make her old, just wise). She curates and directs SpeakeasyDC's 2nd Tuesday monthly stage, and over the last eight years, she has personally coached more than 1,000 people in the art of contemporary storytelling. What?! It's true... this woman has no threshold when it comes to her love of storytelling!

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    Vijai Nathan

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    Vijai Nathan is one of SpeakeasyDC's senior storytelling trainers and performers, and she is one of the leading Indian American female comedians. She was featured at the Montreal International Comedy Festival and the Smirnoff International Comedy Festival. She's also performed at the Smithsonian Museum, Kennedy Center, Constitution Hall, Library of Congress and won the award for Artistic Excellence from SpeakeasyDC. She’s gained attention from critics from her solo-shows Woman on Top: Tips from Mom, Dad & COSMO & Good Girls Don’t, But Indian Girls Do.

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    • Where

      General Assembly 1133 15th Street Northwest Washington, DC 20005
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    • When

      Saturday Feb 28 - Feb 28

      9:30 am - 4:30 pm w/ lunch break