Story for Tellers with Tomer Adorian (NYC)
Instant Booking Fee until January 20th Please send us your application before booking!
How to tell stories that matter
As actors, directors, and writers, we often describe our work as storytelling. Yet, have we ever stopped to think about what makes a story interesting? What is it that turns a series of facts or events into a narrative?
In this two-week intensive, we will explore the elements of story structure and the art of telling it to others. Each week, we will discover new methods and tools to unlock the hidden meanings behind monologues, scenes, and fiction. Tell stories, share work, and clarify our artistic voices in order to better our individual crafts.
We geared the course toward theatre-makers of all facets, looking to expand their knowledge and take ownership of their work.
Tomer Adorian is a New York based director and theatre-maker. He has worked with Fordham University, The Acting Studio, Young Patrons of Lincoln Center, Columbia University, and The Barrow Group, with which he is also a Directing Mentor for their theatre program at Quinnipiac University. Tomer is the Co-Founder & Artistic Director of The Poet Acts – an award-winning not-for-profit theatre company dedicated to developing emerging artists. www.TomerAdorian.com
Dates: February – 27th & March 2nd/6th/9th, 2023
Kick-Off Workshop for an ongoing writing class (obligatory to join the regular classes)
Schedule: Monday & Thursday 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm (4 Sessions)
Normal Fee: 275 Euro 19% VAT incl.
Early Registration until February 11th: 235 Euro 19% VAT incl.
Instant Booking Fee until January 20th: 205 Euro 19% VAT incl.
Returning (writers practice): 155 Euro 19% VAT incl.
Limited to 10 participants
Teaching language English
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