Charged with songs like “1913 Massacre” “Union Maid” “Little Saka Sugar” “Going Down This Road Feeling Bad” and “This Land Is Your Land,” Rob Tepper steps into the shoes of America’s father of Folk Music, giving audiences a taste of the “Eternal teenager –scrawny, petulant, hilarious, angry… FREE,” through storytelling and song in, A NIGHT WITH WOODY GUTHRIE, directed by Sal Romeo.
Do you have a story you want to tell but don’t know to tell it? Do you love listening to storytellers on The Moth and wish you had your own story when delivering important speeches or making business presentations? Maybe you just want to be more confident.
Classes are small (usually 6 students) to ensure a comfortably intensive learning experience. We’ll meet for a 3-hour session once a week for 5 weeks. During Weeks 1, 2, and 3, I’ll help you find your story, develop it, and tell it with confidence. On Week 4, we’ll do a practice run, telling our stories to each other on a stage. Finally, on Week 5, I will host a live storytelling event where you can tell your beautifully crafted story to a real audience.
There are plenty of things to be afraid of in the world. Openly speaking from your point of view shouldn’t be one of them.