Storytelling Sundays 3-6pm

Storytelling: Storytelling

Scheduled Sundays 3-6pm
Start Date Feb 10, 2019, 3:00pm
Price $475
Class Size 10 students
Sessions 8 sessions, 3 hours each
Performance Apr 6, 2019, 5:30pm
Learn how to use your untapped humanity and embarrassing moments in a way that can reach a wide audience. You will finish this class able to fill in the blank, "----------- is the story of my life."

Each student leaves class with a six-ten minute showcase-able set of autobiographical material. The first half of the class is filled with fun exercises to derive all the life experience that already lies within you. From that hilarious material, you will find your final piece. The second four weeks of the class focuses on polishing and perfecting your story, which will stand alone in the class show, but can also be a part of a bigger solo work.

Learn to dig inside your own life to find humorous, relate-able, material, which unifies an audience by making them laugh at their own experiences through your brave performance. Additional focus is on getting through the fear of being judged for our honesty, and true life experiences. In the past, many students have gone on to produce autobiographical one person shows, win at the Moth Storyslams, perform on the storytelling circuit, or complete their memoir.

Please note all tuition payments include a $35 non-refundable registration processing fee. 

Class meets at UCB Sunset Training Center; Room #234

John Flynn, teacher

John Flynn

John Flynn directs, performs, and teaches at the UCB
Theater in Los Angeles. He was co-creator of Showgirls: The Best Movie Ever Made! Ever! and directed one person
shows of Jenny Slate, Jon Gabrus, Joe Mande, and many others.

He recently directed Thrones! A Musical Parody at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. 
He recently co-wrote the script to The Unauthorized Musical Parody of Hocus Pocus at Rockwell Table and Stage. He also played the role of Miranda
Priestly in their musical parody of The
Devil Wears Prada. 

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