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This two-session workshop will focus on guided improv exercises to help you build confidence in your storytelling ability and  loosen your inhibitions. Through a variety of interactive games and exercises, you’ll gain inspiration to be more spontaneous, find your authentic voice, and as a result, develop a deeper connection with any story, personal or traditional, that you choose to work on in future. You’ll learn how to take risks and fail–but gracefully, and with wild abandon. And you’ll have fun!

This course is open to anyone who has taken an introductory storytelling course, from Storytelling Toronto or elsewhere.

Facilitator: Christel Bartelse

This course is being presented online, taking place on the following dates and times:

Tuesday, September 28th: 6:30 – 9:00pm
Tuesday, October 5th: 6:30 – 9:00pm

Course Fee: $65 + HST

Storytelling Toronto members receive 10% off all courses.

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About Christel Bartelse

Actor, storyteller, writer, creator and teacher, Christel got her start in comedy and improv with the physical comedy duo, The Burnt Marshmallows (Canadian Comedy Award Nominees). She has also created and written six award winning solo shows  and has toured them all across Canada, the U.S. and the U.K. Christel is Co-Producer and Co-Host of the Toronto storytelling show “But That’s Another Story” and has told her stories on several personal story stages across the Toronto area.  She teaches numerous workshops in improv, physical comedy, and solo creation around the city and is a faculty member of Humber College, The Toronto Film School and George Brown College.

About Storytelling Toronto

For over 40 years, Storytelling Toronto has been actively teaching and showcasing individuals dedicated to spreading the love and knowledge of the art of storytelling. Through annual programs like the Storytelling School, Storytelling Toronto has inspired and entertained audiences across Toronto and now, virtually, around the world. Visit us at www.storytellingtoronto.org to learn more.

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