San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
First Generation: American-born children of immigrant parents tell true stories about growing up as a part of two cultures.
MC EMPLOYEES: PLEASE REGISTER USING THE INTERNAL EVENT PAGE http://internalspeakeasydcfirstgen.eventbrite.com/
Co-sponsored by the Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus Administrative Team, the Office of Equity and Diversity, and the Cultural Arts Center. This event fulfills the Montgomery College Multicultural/Diversity Training requirement.
About SPEAKEASYDC (from their website)
At SpeakeasyDC, we tell stories — true, autobiographical stories. We produce about 25 original live storytelling shows a year, and offer over a dozen classes and private coaching to those who wish to learn. Storytelling can be interpreted in many ways. At SpeakeasyDC, we define it as such:
- Storytelling is an oral art, so we share our stories in front of an audience without notes. It’s a telling, not not a reading.
- Our stories are autobiographical which means they are true, original, and first-person. It’s not fiction or folktale.
- Our stories have a narrative arc which, in a nutshell, means there are characters and a plot. It is not an essay, a series of jokes, or poetry.
Co-sponsored by the Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus Administrative Team, the Office of Equity and Diversity, and the Cultural Arts Center. This event fulfills the Montgomery College Multicultural/Diversity training requirement.
When & Where
Montgomery College Cultural Arts Center
The Cultural Arts Center is located at 7995 Georgia Avenue Silver Spring, MD 20910. Free parking is available on campus starting two hours before all eventes in legal, unmarked, student spaces. If you have any questions please call 240-567-5793.
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