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Storytelling Essay: From Stage to Page

at Writing Pad - Palms

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Sun, Oct 06, 6:00pm - Nov 03, 9:00pm (5 sessions)

Location:
Palms, Westside
10200 Venice Blvd #203
Btwn Jasmine & Vinton Avenues
Culver City, California 90232
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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 16 and older
Average Class Size: 9
Teacher: Lauren Weedman

What you'll learn in this storytelling class:

In this five-week Los Angeles storytelling essay class, master storyteller Lauren Weedman will teach you the insider secrets on how to become a storytelling and essay writing pro. A master of both the written and spoken word, she’ll guide you through fun, improvised storytelling drills, teach you how to structure a compelling story, and explore ways of using storytelling to boost your writing career. Lauren will show you how to transform relationships gone bad, family feuds, adventures, and life’s minutia into 1 great story for the stage and 1 riveting essay for print that is the perfect mix of vulnerability and comedic vavoom.

You’ll learn how to pack all the verve of a story performed in front of a live audience into an essay suitable for print media. We’ll workshop one of your stories until it’s perfect for the stage and the page. Your goal will be to sell your essay within a couple of weeks after the class ends! After taking this class you’ll be well on your way to joining the ranks of the 17 students who won Moth StorySLAMS, 3 who won Moth GrandSLAMS, 145 Writing Pad Alums who have sold essays and articles with Writing Pad’s help, (9 of whom got into the NY Times) after taking our journalism classes. 4 people made $5k on one story!

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All sales are final and there are no refunds. Credit may be offered based on class availability. If you can’t come to class, call or email us as far in advance as possible. We will do everything we can to fill your spot, but we can’t make any guarantees. Credit eligibility is not based upon your reason for being unable to attend a class; it is based upon the timing of your credit request and our ability to fill your spot. If we find someone to take your place, you will receive class credit minus a $25 processing fee for 1 day classes and $50 processing fee for long classes. Otherwise, your payment will be forfeit. To use class credits, you need to sign up for class in advance by emailing [email protected] or calling 323.333.2954. If the class is being paid for as part of a payment plan, regardless of whether the student stops attending class, the payment plan must be paid in full by the end of the class. Failure to do so will result in the student’s account being turned over to collections.

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Start Date Time Teacher # Sessions Price
6:00pm - 9:00pm Lauren Weedman 5 $425
This course consists of multiple sessions, view schedule for sessions.
Sun, Oct 13 6:00pm - 9:00pm Lauren Weedman
Sun, Oct 20 6:00pm - 9:00pm Lauren Weedman
Sun, Oct 27 6:00pm - 9:00pm Lauren Weedman
Sun, Nov 03 6:00pm - 9:00pm Lauren Weedman

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Question from Brian S.
Hi! What is the difference between this class and Storytelling I: Story Time taught by the same instructor? I'm a first-time storyteller, do it in corporate America. Looking for a creative outlook to improve my storytelling skills. Thanks! Brian.
Answer from Georgia C. CourseHorse StaffCourseHorse Staff
Hi Brian, the difference between Storytelling and Storytelling Essay is that in the Storytelling I class, they work on 2 5 minute stories to be performed on the stage and there is a show at the end for any students that want to perform where they rent a theater. Students learn the storytelling structure for telling a 5-minute story that is complete and deep which will help them with all kinds of writing, including storytelling.
Answer from Georgia C. CourseHorse StaffCourseHorse Staff
In Storytelling Essay, they first work on a 5 minute story for the stage and then learn how to adapt that same story to submit as a published essay to a magazine from 600 words to 1200 words. There is a private appointment at the end with the teacher where he will have read the essay before the appointment and give the student final tips on how to get it published. Students learn both the storytelling structure and the essay structure.
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