with Daniel Lendzian 

August 17, 2020 via ZOOM
All are welcome to attend one of our three age-based sessions.Suggested donation $20.00
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Storytelling is a fundamental part of our human experience that unites individuals and drives stronger, deeper connections. Whether you are just learning to tell stories, or are looking to refresh your narrative skills, this class will give you practical tools to better communicate, educate, share, and connect with those around you. Students will work through a variety of verbal and active exercises to foster a deeper understanding of our common humanity. We will dissect the art of telling stories, along with an introduction to tools and techniques to make those stories compelling and entertaining.

Topics will Include the following

  • Why do humans need to tell stories?
  • What are the hallmarks of an engaging story and storyteller?
  • Know your audience, learn to identify and adapt story structure
  • Every story has a unique tempo and rhythm, can you identify it?
  • Learn to share your experience as an exercise in empathy

This one-day-only event offers three separate sessions for various age groups. 

Sessions: This one-day-only event offers three separate sessions for various age groups. Please be sure to select the correct session when you register.

All sessions occur on Monday, August 17, 2020 via ZOOM

  • Ages 5-17 at 9 AM | 1 hour 

  • Ages 16-Adult+ at 6:30 PM | 2 hours

Daniel Lendzian

Dan is an adaptive educator who connects individuals with the performing arts in a purposeful and practical way. He is trained in classical and contemporary theatre techniques for acting, directing, voice, movement, text and scene analysis, dialects, devising, and musical theatre. Having mentored more than 1,200+ students across the U.S. including New York, Texas, Alaska, and Minnesota in the style of Shakespeare, Greek Theater, Comedy of Wit and Manners, Heightened Language, Pinter, Brecht, as well as numerous contemporary artists, Dan helps emerging artists discover their own unique voice. Currently a lecturer at SUNY Fredonia, he teaches acting, directing, and scene study. He has written and devised dozens of original works. At the site of the 1969 Woodstock festival, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, he created a three-week program in devising theater. He has worked as a public and private educator at Interlochen Arts Camp, PLAY Theater, Sitka Fine Arts Camp, SUNY Sullivan, and Kean University. As an artist, Dan has performed in hundreds of individual shows on international, national, and regional stages with companies like, Parallel 45, NACL, The Seattle Children’s Theater, The Shakespeare Theater of NJ, Interlochen Shakespeare, and The Weathervane Repertory Theatre. Dan is a certified Pilates Instructor and completed his Masters of Fine Arts at The University of Texas at Austin.

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