Triptych: (from the Greek tri: three and ptysso: to fold) a work of art in three panels with a central theme.
THE GOLDEN THREAD: FINDING MEANING IN TRADITIONAL TALES
an exploration in three parts
Spring Evenings: March 4th, March 11th and March 18th from 7:00-8:30 pm $35 per session ($25 advanced registration)
Location: Jamaica Plain (Boston) studio near Stony Brook T stop on the Orange Line (commitment to series of three required)
Deepen your storytelling work with this three-week intensive…
Explore the roots of meaning in a classic folktale or fairytale of your choice using a rich variety of methods. Each week vocal, physical and image based exercises will lead workshop participants deeper into the heart of the tale – showing us ways we can unlock its meaning for ourselves and our audiences. Workshop is limited to six participants.
one-day workshop in IMAGINATIVE VOICE this spring! stay tuned for more details…
Winner of the Oracle Award for Storytelling Excellence in the Northeast, Diane is known for her evocative narratives, unique characterizations and for the passion and depth of her work whether myth, fairytale or personal story. Featured at the National Storytelling Festival and on NPR, Diane has been called “…a virtuoso of the spoken word.” by Publisher’s Weekly. Her extensive training in traditional spoken and sung text includes alternative approaches to sound and language especially the holistic approach of the Polish Laboratory Theatre. In her workshops, Diane draws from her innovative work as a professional storyteller and theatre artist for over twenty-five years as well from her extensive training.
Open to all levels of experience, this workshop will be of benefit to storytellers, theatre artists, public speakers, clergy, teachers, interpreters and all those who rely on good voice production and expressive vocal abilities in their work and play.