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9:30 am

Portland Storytellers’ Guild: Storytelling 101

October 23 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Online, N/A
Portland, OR 97207
$25

A virtual workshop on Zoom For aspiring, beginning and intermediate tellers Hone your craft! Shape and practice your story! Are you working on a short story to share with family, to tell at the Moth or a story swap, or to another audience? Would you like to polish a story to submit to the Guild Selection Committee in hopes of appearing in the Guild Storython, where many tellers share 5 minute stories? (The Storython is a prerequisite for new tellers to be considered for a PSG main stage show.) Join us in the workshop with a 5-6 minute story that you wish to prepare for presentation. Please check the story timing before the workshop. Aim for 5 minutes. Stories should be spoken rather than read.…

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5:00 pm

Portland Storytellers’ Guild: Guild EXTRA Show

October 23 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Online, N/A
Portland, OR 97207
$10

Long time Guild member Ken Iverson shares many of his favorite Halloween stories. The program will include original stories as well as ones he's collected over 40 years of story telling. "Make some popcorn, get a favorite drink, turn the lights down and settle in. We'll have fun! These stories will help you laugh your way through the darkness." Ken Iverson has brought stories to life for audiences for over 35 years. He loves how a story can bring people together. He tells original stories and traditional and contemporary folktales and myths from around the world for all ages. Ken believes that the old adage “laughter is the best medicine is close to true. “It's not the only medicine,” he says, “but it is certainly…

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