A Workshop on The Multi-Purpose Prop
StoryPlay is 4 evenings a year of experimental story workshops, led by Professional Members of the Storytelling Association (Singapore) and open to all SAS members to attend free of charge. The StoryPlay sessions will be an opportunity for Professional Members to try out workshop ideas and for other members to have access to a facilitated space where they can play, learn and experiment within the world of story .
|Date:||28 Feb 2012|
7.00pm - 9.30pm
|Location:||Classroom 2, The Substation, 45 Armenian Street, 179936 Singapore|
For SAS members only (free)
Just as how we use words to stimulate the imagination of our audiences, let us storytellers use props in a discerning and resourceful manner to support our storytelling. In this exploration, let SAS Professional Member Verena Tay guide you in expanding the possibilities of using a chosen prop and then integrating these new options within your telling of a story, thereby further wowing your audience with your creativity.
Pre-preparation for Participants
- Please come dressed in loose, comfortable clothing so that you will not feel constricted while doing the various physical activities.
- Please bring at least one generic non-breakable prop (e.g. a piece of cloth, a stick, a ball) that you would like to experiment with.
- Please bring at least 2 action-based stories that you would like to improve the telling of by using a prop in a variety of ways.
To find out more about the Storytelling Association (Singapore) and how to join as an Associate Member, please visit http://www.storytellingsingapore.com