All the events on Saturday (until the late night show at 10 pm) are in Brooks at Brooks Chapel and Hardy Hall which are directly behind the Brooks Library (958 Hwy 85 Connector, Brooks, GA 30205).
Saturday all events $40
• Basic Stagecraft for Spoken Word Performers – Adam Booth
• Ghost Stories – Cynthia
Buy Tickets: Daytime Only – $20
• Featured Concert with Adam and Cynthia
• Special Guest: Mayor Dan Langford
Buy Tickets: Evening Concert Only – $15
Buy Tickets: Risque Only – $15
Saturday all events $40
Chamber Members $25, Non-Members $35 – Buy Tickets Here
Hosted by: Adam Booth
So, you’ve got a great story. Now it’s time to get beneath the lights, behind the mic, and in front of a live audience. Are you ready? Adam Booth will tell you everything you need to know about basic stagecraft. That is, all the things about telling stories except the stories, including vocal warm-ups, taking the stage, mic usage, lighting, working with techs, working with emcees, emceeing, hecklers, and those pesky, unexpected noises/sounds/distractions. It’s a crash course to keep you from crashing on stage!
Led by teller Cynthia Rintye
It seems like most storytellers tell from the same small collection of scary stories. Wouldn’t it be great to have the tools to create something different? Learn the art of crafting unique, compelling, spooky narratives in this interactive and practical workshop. The workshop will feature basic scary story types; discussion of different forms of paranormal phenomena; numerous sources for story ideas; and how to perform a story to heighten the spooky.
What’s your story? More importantly, how can you effectively communicate your story to touch others and encourage them to take action? In a business environment, stories are used to inform, educate and inspire. This workshop will deliver the framework and process for crafting the right story that resonates with your audience, anticipates questions and effectively communicates your business’s message and mission.
Crafting strong stories is the key to telling better stories, thereby facilitating clearer communication. This is true whether presenting, training, or selling. The better crafted your story, the better your chances of delivering the right message to your audience and achieving your goals. Storycrafting is the process of crafting the right story, for the right audience, at the right time, every time. Storycrafting provides the foundation upon which to construct narratives that support both your purpose and the needs of your target audience and creates the best possible delivery system for your message: a story.
Time: 11:00 AM – 1:30 PM
Location: 600 West Lanier Avenue, Suite 205
Fees: $25 for Members & $35 for Non-Members
For more information or to register, click here!