Unmute Yourself: Your Story Matters (Evening – Free, Online)
With Ann Randolph
May 6, 2021
“As we take the courageous step in sharing our stories, we not only empower ourselves as artists, but as human beings.” – Ann Randolph
Discover your own unique and powerful story and the profound transformation that occurs when speaking it out loud. In this free online workshop, explore your creative impulses and embrace all of who you are. By becoming the author of your own life and learning how to tell your story, you will not only learn to craft your experience into a compelling narrative, but you will also unleash a sense of purpose in your life that you never thought possible.
Through writing exercises and group discussion, we will support one another in creating and speaking our stories. This is a short workshop for those interested in personal essay, memoir, solo performance, and self discovery.
“Ann Randolph is the most exquisite master teacher. She creates a safe space for artists to develop and runs a tight ship with lightness, courage, skill, experience, and love. She is extraordinary.” – Michele M., 2017 Hollyhock Participant
Thursday, May 6, 7:30 – 9:00pm PT
This time not work for you? Join the morning version of this workshop on May 6th!
This event will take place on Zoom, a video conferencing tool. You may download the application for free. You will also need a device with speakers, microphone, video, and internet connection. You may test your Zoom connection in advance. A short tutorial for Zoom etiquette will be provided at the beginning of the event.
A recording of this session will be made available within 72 hours (or 3 business days) to all registered participants. You do not need to attend the live session to receive the recording.
Terms & Conditions
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Want to know more? Check out this short video from the Story Doula on Birthing Your Story:
Ann Randolph is considered one of the most gifted and innovative writer/performers in the US. Her Ovation Award-winning solo show, Squeeze Box, was produced Off Broadway by Mel Brooks. Ann received “Best Solo Performer 2015” by the LA Times for her current show, LOVELAND which played for two years straight in San Francisco. LOVELAND also played to sell out audiences in LA and won the LA Weekly award for “Best Solo Show” and the SF Bay Critic’s Award for “Best Original Script”. Ann’s previous solo show, Squeeze Box was produced by Mel Brooks and the late Anne Bancroft and enjoyed a successful Off-Broadway…
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