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Space Your job as a storyteller and an event manager is to create a space for stories that is comfortable and protected. Evaluate the space that you have available, using the eyes of a guest performer. Is there a way to use the available space to protect and advance your purpose? You’ll want to use the space to minimize disruptions and to suggest the nature of the occasion. Children’s programs are usually held in the open part of the children’s area, or in a space set aside for programming or meetings.

We introduced this idea in Chapter 5 with the Three Bears’ kitchen. It won’t hurt to use this technique again in between your practice tellings. 7. Art as practice. Some tellers find it valuable to sketch a series of quick stick-figure drawings that tell their story. As does any other practice telling, this storyboard game helps cement the story in your mind. As a bonus, drawing each scene encourages you to fully picture the space and place you’ll tell about. 8. Tell the story before a small audience.

WHAT LISTENERS REALLY NEED Have you ever thought about what listeners need—really need— from you when you tell a story? Have you ever wondered what your listeners don’t absolutely need from your stories? Probably not—and the stories worked just fine. ” Making Storytelling Practical and Doable an audience what it needs—and just what it needs—so that they can conjure vivid, intriguing images in their minds? There is a game Kendall uses during workshops called What Makes It Real. It’s the storytelling version of To Tell the Truth.

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