Connie Regan-Blake, foremost in igniting and shaping the storytelling revival, is one of America’s most celebrated storytellers. Her approach is welcoming, powerful and fun; and her teachings can be useful in the corporate world, with family and friends or on stage.
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"Stories move in circles. They don't move in straight lines. There are stories inside stories and stories between stories, and finding your way through them is as easy and as hard as finding your way home."Naomi Newman
This workshop invites and challenges deep listening and telling on many levels. It offers unique opportunities to call up the stories that shape our world in an encouraging, compassionate and playful atmosphere. As we focus our attention on our memories, they become a wellspring of stories that enrich our lives - personally, professionally, artistically, and spiritually.
Connie will guide workshop participants in using our senses, our imagination and our intuition for a fresh perspective in re-visiting and re-imagining our triumphs, losses, regrets and joy. By telling and listening to our personal stories, we come to 'remember' the universal language that encompasses all of human experience.
During our time together we will:
- Nurture spontaneity & creativity
- Examine the relationship between speaking voice & written word
- Explore the legacy of memories
- Draw on personal and cultural images in shaping narrative
Everyone is welcome:
- storytellers and story listeners
- writers and poets
- teachers and librarians.
Admission to Connie’s Saturday evening performance
FREE for workshop participants, $10 for guests.