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Thursday, December 27 7:00 pm Druker Auditorium

Improv Storytelling: Moving Characters, Moving Stories

Teens, grades 6-12, join us for an improv storytelling workshop. Harness your hidden characters! Using improvisational theatre and movement, we will explore the bizarre, sweet, sly, bold, old and young characters that live in each of us! Learn to have a ‘body-sense’ of how to bring any character to life within a story. Give yourself permission to play and explore! The focus will be on exploring characters in general, not just one particular story. Open to all who want to have fun and learn! About the Presenter: Rona Leventhal is a storyteller from western Massachusetts. For over twenty years Rona Leventhal has gained a reputation as an exuberant and dynamic performer who brings a cornucopia of voices and characters in a fun, engaging and dramatic fashion. Her performances of multi-cultural tales and original stories beautifully weave together drama, movement, songs, and humor, encouraging audience participation, and create a joyful sense of community!

Newton Free Library 330 Homer St. Newton, MA 02459 • 617-796-1380 www.newtonfreelibrary.net


Improv Storytelling