New Stories. New World.
Sep
7
6:30 pm18:30

New Stories. New World.

  • One Longfellow Square in Portland, ME

We are all storytellers, keepers of history, and creators of a world we will leave behind for others to discover.  With each decision we make, we choose our lives and write our story. Part performance, part conversation, New Stories. New World. is a look at how the stories we repeat to one another and the ones we come to believe in shape the lens through which we understand the world. Join Brian Andreas (master storyteller and creator of StoryPeople) and Fia Skye (actress and teacher of whole body/whole voice), for a lively evening that will challenge you to create towards the life you want to live. 

Writing in the Body
Sep
8
Sep 10

Writing in the Body

  • The Telling Room in Portland, ME

Do you have a consistent practice for your writing? When you get stuck, do you have a reliable way of getting back into motion? Do you know where to put all the words in your heart, how to aim them out in ways that have impact? 

Whether you define yourself as a writer or one who (also) writes, this workshop focuses on beginner’s mind, bringing your whole self into writing, and how to aim your words out into the world in a way that land.

Community Conversation at Hampton Arts
Feb
16
7:00 pm19:00

Community Conversation at Hampton Arts

  • Hampton Arts

We were invited by Virginia based, Hampton Arts, to lead a community conversation about where stories come from and where they lead us... 

This event is free and open to the public. All are welcome!!

The Power of Story & Your Authentic Voice
Feb
17
10:00 am10:00

The Power of Story & Your Authentic Voice

  • The American Theatre

There is great power in the stories we tell ourselves. They not only shape the lens through which we see the world, they can affect our physiological structure. Science has shown that thoughts and daily habits directly affect our fascia (the connective tissue that holds our body together). There is no separation between mind and body.  In this one-day workshop, we’ll explore how changing your story gives you access to a more authentic, whole self in daily life. 


A Third Space, the Power of Story
Mar
25
Mar 26

A Third Space, the Power of Story

  • Flora Bowley in Portland, OR

There is great power in the stories we repeat to one another and the ones we come to believe in ourselves. They shape the lens through which we see the world. When you expand your perspective towards a third space, unforeseeable possibilities present themselves and you can create with more purpose and clarity.

Through writing and partnering exercises, this workshop will challenge your current definition of creativity and collaboration, and change your story. 

The Power of Story & Your Authentic Voice
Mar
11
Mar 12

The Power of Story & Your Authentic Voice

  • Mabel Dodge Luhan House in Taos, NM

Language is an extraordinary tool for communication. Words matter and yet, beyond our words, is our voice. There is a story to your sound. And you are still writing it.

A unique combination of writing and speaking, this workshop focuses on Alignment & Synchronicity (your body telling the same story as your words and voice) so you can more deliberately shape and aim your words out into the world.

Finding & Using Your Authentic Voice
Feb
5
10:00 am10:00

Finding & Using Your Authentic Voice

  • Catherine Anderson Studio in Charlotte, NC

Unless you’re a performer or public speaker, you may only think about your voice when you “lose it.” However, every time you speak, your voice reveals more about you than your words. 

You cannot control what others think of you, but you can be attentive to how your words, voice and body are telling the same story, so you have a better chance of being heard and understood. This workshop focuses on connecting you to your breath and body, so the fullness of your voice can come through.

Finding & Using Your Authentic Voice
Feb
4
12:00 pm12:00

Finding & Using Your Authentic Voice

  • Catherine Anderson Studio in Charlotte, NC

Unless you’re a performer or public speaker, you may only think about your voice when you “lose it.” However, every time you speak, your voice reveals more about you than your words. 

You cannot control what others think of you, but you can be attentive to how your words, voice and body are telling the same story, so you have a better chance of being heard and understood. This workshop focuses on connecting you to your breath and body, so the fullness of your voice can come through.