STORY SENSE – A Story Play Workshop Facilitated by Sheila Wee  

Story Sense

About the Workshop 

When telling a story, details are necessary to allow the audience to enter the world of their imagination. But knowing how many and what type of details to use, is critical in maintaining audience engagement.  Sensory details, along with emotional details, are extremely useful tools for storytellers, because they allow us to create the maximum impact with the least words. You could say that sensory details give you the most bang for your buck, or in business terms the best ROI (return on investment).  In this Story Play workshop we will explore exercises on the use of sensory details.

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Introduction to Storytelling Workshop 3 & 4 Sept 2016

NOW WITH  a 50%  fee refund for NTUC members after completion of the course.

If you are interested in storytelling, but don’t know where to start; this workshop, facilitated by storytelling pioneer Sheila Wee, is for you. It will  give you a firm grounding in storytelling skills and you will leave with one ready to tell story and the tools to learn and tell more stories.

 

In a warm and supportive group environment, you will learn why storytelling is such a powerful form of communication; how stories can be structured to hook listeners attention and discover your own personal storytelling style.