Stories to Tell

ALL1390-C     6 Weeks                               Start Date
Grossman 106     Limit 15

This six-week course will allow us to create personal stories from the texts of our own lives. Using theatre games to foster trust and playfulness, we will work to create an atmosphere where vivid and authentic stories can be shared. For the first class, please come prepared to move with loose, comfortable clothes, an open mind and a full heart.
This is an oral storytelling class, but pencils and paper may be useful to write down your reflections.

Coordinator: Linda Monchik
Linda has a bachelor’s degree from Smith College with a major in history and a minor in theatre/dance; a master’s degree from Columbia Teachers College; and a master’s degree in Theatre Education from Emerson. She was an adjunct professor at Bristol Community College in Speech for 15 years and has been producing, performing and directing on the South Coast and Cape Cod for three years. Most recently, she has performed the one-woman shows, “An Hour with Eleanor” and “Rose” in Cotuit and Marion, and also in “Ripcord” in Barnstable. Linda has also coordinated a Zoom course of poetry at ALL for two years during the Covid outage.