Become an expert Storyteller.
Find your voice. Share your tale or someone else’s. Be present and engaging.
During class, you’ll learn how to be more confident sharing a true, personal story whether at your next happy hour or for a paying audience.
- Each class meets for Eight 2-hour sessions via Zoom.
- Each class is taught by award-winning storyteller, Paul Normandin, host of TestifyATX and Drinking with the Saints
- Early bird registration saves you $25
- Students get performance opportunities
Online Storytelling 101: Finding Your Process
This class will help you be a better prepared and more confident storyteller, whether you want to hear yourself on the next Moth Radio Hour, compete in a StorySlam, or just be more confident when you share a true, personal story at your next happy hour. Publicly presenting your story is more than writing it down. This eight-week class will provide you with the tools you need to find a story, develop it, learn the art of giving and receiving feedback, and then telling your story in public. The process you develop for this class will be unique to you, but the tools you gain and concepts you learn will prepare you for sharing your story in public to any audience, anywhere, at any time. (8 meetings. Class size limit = 12)
Online Storytelling 101
Saturdays 1-3 pm | July 25-Sept. 19
No class Sept. 5, 2020
with Paul Normandin
$225 $200 $25 Online class discount!
Additional $25 Earlybird discount expires at midnight, July 19, 2020.
Register with a friend and BOGO class 1/2 off!
Your Storytelling Instructor: Paul Normandin
An award-winning storyteller, producer of the Austin monthly shows TestifyATX and Drinking with the Saints, and an all-around theater/performance nerd. Paul started telling stories on stage in 2010, and has won two Moth StorySlams and a Moth GrandSlam, as well as winning the first-ever Texas State StorySlam as part of the annual Tejas Storytelling Association Conference.
Paul has a BA and MA from Texas A&M University in Speech Communication, is a Project Management Professional, and is the former Senior Planning and Project Advisor to the Assistant Commissioner for Laboratory and Infectious Diseases for the State of Texas, now retired. When not on stage (or Zoom) telling stories or performing with his Improv troupe In Our Prime, Paul can be found playing Ultimate (frisbee football) with other people who love Austin’s three seasons of sunshine and 90-plus degree weather except during a pandemic when he just rides his bike instead.