Before we can begin to help others develop their stories, we must first spend time thinking, exploring and sharing our own stories. What is your story?
Caterpillar and Chrysalis is a two-part storytelling workshop by Rosemarie Somaiah that explores experiential storytelling strategies, followed by the sharing of personal stories.
Caterpillar: Workshop. Caterpillars need to eat and storytellers need to tickle their taste-buds with stories of various kinds. Do you prefer to stay with tradition or create your own?
Chrysalis: Workshop + Sharing. Keep safe while you build the courage and strength to spread your wings. Then, embrace and share the beauty of your personal story.
Suitable for Applied Theatre Practitioners, School Teachers, Community Artists (with or without storytelling background).
This programme is eligible for Tina Sergeant Professional Development Initiative (TSPDI) funding. A link to the application will be sent in the acknowledgment email.
For more information on TSPDI click here.
Rosemarie Somaiah, storyteller, author and educator runs Asian Storytelling Network in Singapore. Since 2000, she has worked as a professional storyteller with all ages at museums, schools, universities and international festivals. An ardent advocate for the arts in education and within the community, she regularly trains adults in storytelling skills. Over the years, Rosemarie has led The Storytellers’ Circle for more than ten years. She is a member of the Singapore Drama Educators Association (SDEA) and a founding member of the Storytelling Association (Singapore).
Singapore Drama Educators Association is a registered charity and a recipient of the National Arts Council (Singapore)’s Major Company Scheme for the period from 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2022.
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