Mon, Aug 01|
Ithaca Farmers Market Pavilion
Introduction to Performance Storytelling with Jay Leeming
Dive into the wild and beautiful world of traditional storytelling, learning the skills necessary to tell myths, legends, fairy tales, and epics from around the world.
Time & Location
Aug 01, 7:00 PM – 7:05 PM
Ithaca Farmers Market Pavilion, Steamboat Landing, 545 3rd St, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA
About this event
Dive into the wild and beautiful world of traditional storytelling, learning the skills necessary to tell myths, legends, fairy tales, and epics from around the world. We will plunge bodily into these stories, channeling the hag-queen, the rowdy king, and the reckless fool within us to say things we never thought we could say. Appropriate for ages 15+. No previous storytelling experience is required—come one, come all!
The class meets on four consecutive Monday evenings from July 25 to August 15. Tuition is $200–300 on a sliding scale. Send an email to Jay at LeemingJay@gmail.com to register or ask questions.
Jay Leeming is a performance storyteller whose poetic way of bringing traditional stories to life has captivated audiences in theaters, schools, libraries, and National Parks. He is the creator of the Crane Bag podcast, the author of three books of poetry, and the recipient of a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. Recordings and more information can be found at his website, JayLeeming.com.