Coming Up Very Soon in 2021...
Storytelling with Archetypes with Nell Phoenix
This course has been arranged by Chwedl, the network of women storytellers in Wales.
Often as storytellers we chose stories instinctively, trust our guts to help us with the structure and rhythm of a story, and
rely on charisma to connect with our audiences. What do we do when we want to challenge our choices, a received understanding of a story
or how we relate to listeners?
Through Storytelling with Archetypes we can refresh our understanding of well-known repertoire, unwrap new stories and develop our own versatile storytelling voice. The work is physical, vocal and playful - even via Zoom!
We will work in an encouraging and supportive atmosphere - and be challenged in our practice.
Participants will need a good grasp of the English language, some storytelling experience and an open and curious mind.
Nell Also Says:
I have developed Storytelling with Archetypes over years of my own performance, storytelling and training work. I have used it as an inspiration for story work with young students, aspiring and professional storytellers. It is rooted in the work I did with John Wright and Frankie Armstrong nearly 30 years ago when I was working in physical and masked theatre.
I have taught ten week courses in London, and day and half-day introductions in Sweden, Belgium and The Netherlands. This is nourishing work for experienced storytellers.
WHEN 10.30-16.00 on Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th April, (You must be able to attend both days)
WHERE In your own home, on zoom. We will send you the link in good time
WHO Open to women, and those who identify as women, who have some experience of storytelling and are eager to develop their practice.
COST £75. There will also be two subsidised places at £25 each.
Sending you all very best wishes and a warm hug,
Coming Up in 2020
People are hungry for stories. It is part of our very being.
There have been great societies that did not use the wheel, but there have been no societies that did not tell stories.
Ursula K. LeGuin