Want to learn how to tell your story? Of course you do! We all have stories, but storytelling is a craft that takes some time to develop. In this workshop, Billy Schultz will teach you how to take personal experiences from your life and create stories that everyone will relate to. Whether your story is simple or epic, Billy will help you grab the audience’s attention, surprise them, make them care, and most importantly make your experience something that everyone can relate to.
Billy Schultz is a theater artist with experience acting, circus arts, directing, producing and storytelling. He's performed everywhere from small dive bar cabaret stages to the Guggenheim Museum and currently works as a teaching artist for BAM, The New Victory Theater, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, and the Brooklyn Arts Council. You can learn more about him at billyschultz.com.
For more information, to RSVP call 718.234.7208 or go to bklynlibrary.org
Limited to 15 people.
This program was made possible through Senator Felder’s generous grant