Stacie Chaiken - What's the Story? updated their information in their About section.
Creating and presenting compelling work based on personal material Developing and presenting compelling work, based on personal story
453 South Spring Street Suite 1104
Los Angeles, CA
|Monday||9am - 6pm|
|Tuesday||9am - 6pm|
|Wednesday||9am - 6pm|
|Thursday||9am - 6pm|
|Friday||9am - 6pm|
Stacie Chaiken solo plays: The DIG; Looking for Louie; What She Left
From Terrain Vague: Saint Vibiana Pray4US; and Don't Flinch !!
Forthcoming from the studio: Think Yiddish, Dress British
Virtual What's the Story? workshops for writers and performers: group and private coaching available
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Facilitated by writer-performer Stacie Chaiken, What's the Story? is a group process studio for writers and performers who want to make compelling stories—for the stage, page, screen—based on personal material. Currently offering Monday afternoon and Tuesday evening workshops in Downtown LA, a westside Sunday-afternoon workshop begins in April.
When we want to write about personal experience — stuff that happened, stuff we think may have happened, stuff someone told us happened — there's way too much information for us to see clearly. We have to find a way to carve into meaning or intent, which is what I call story.
I call this workshop What’s the Story? because that’s always the question:
Which story do I want to tell and why?