Learning from the best: Waterside residents participate in a Storytelling Workshop with 20-time Moth Story Slam Champion Adam Wade!
Adam Wade taught the group how to create stories that are universal and identifiable, to encourage an audience to engage and care – and how to be real and truthful on stage.
Adam Wade has been a fixture in both the New York City storytelling and comedy scenes for the last fourteen years. His stories have also been heard on NPR’s Snap Judgment, NPR’s All Things Considered and locally on WNYC.
Our residents enjoyed working with Adam – and he called them a great group!
We’ve had fascinating discussions, screenings and entertainment at our Lewis Davis Pavilion so far:
Much more to come!
(Above: Director Robert Downey and film critic Glenn Kenny, Jun Suenaga and Ken Lin (New short films), Adam Wade, Magicians David Corsaro and Mark Zacharia, Rosemary Novellino-Mearns and the Art Deco Society of New York, Rebecca Brown, Director of Policy for the Innocence Project with The New School’s Institute for Retired Professionals.)