In this six-week class, you’ll transform your real-life experiences into relatable, compelling stories in a fun, supportive environment. Instructors will use interactive exercises to discover your life’s stories, develop a narrative structure, infuse engaging details, then polish your performance. The class culminates in a graduation show for friends, family, and the ASAP community.
The first session of this class is Sunday, March 19 from 2-5 PM and will meet weekly through April 30, skipping the week of April 9. The graduation show for this class is Friday, May 12, at 7 PM ET.
About the Instructors
Stephanie Garibaldi has trained thousands in the art of story, from age 5 to 95, from students to CEOs, from beginners to professional speakers. She has over 10 years of experience helping individuals find their voice and tell their story. Read more here.
Maureen Elias is an Army veteran, captivating storyteller, and fierce advocate for the military community.In addition to teaching storytelling for ASAP, she is currently serving in a leadership role in research, development, and advocacy of public policy for the benefit of military service members, veterans, and their families. Read more here.