Storytelling Workshop with Adam Wade
April 29 @ 7:00 pm - 9:15 pm$30
Want to learn how to tell a story from one of the best storytellers in NYC – right here at Waterside!
Adam Wade (20-time Moth Story Slam Champion) will teach you how to create stories that are universal and identifiable for an audience. Whether you’re a business professional honing your public speaking skills or someone who wants the confidence and ability to get in front of people and be heard — this class will help. You will learn the basic elements of telling a narrative story, how to take a crowd by surprise and make them care, how to be real and truthful on stage, and how to discover and communicate the real meaning behind your experience.
The course is limited to 15 people and the fee is $30. If the class does not fill-up you will be refunded your course fee in full. You will be sent confirmation when the class has reached the needed capacity. If you have further questions or need to be added to the wait list contact Event Coordinator, Kim Howard, at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are very excited to offer this rate EXCLUSIVELY to Waterside residents. In lieu of presenting a printed ticket, attendees will present their resident access card at the door.
About the Instructor
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. He has conducted workshops at The New York Times, the United Nations, UNICEF, PEN America, Breakthrough Human Rights Organization, and the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA), as well as Fleishman Hillard, Edelman, Makerbot, Sir Kensington’s, and ADP. He has also taught special advance storytelling classes for students at CUNY Grad School of Journalism, Mercy College, and Pace University.