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Storytelling for Impact: A Workshop for All Skill Levels and Voices

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Red Emma's Bookstore Coffeehouse

1225 Cathedral Street

Baltimore, MD 21201

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Got something to say, but don’t know how to say it? Perhaps you have too many things to say, and don’t know where to start? Join the Baltimore Asian Pasifika Arts Collective as we walk through you through the basic mechanics of storytelling: how to generate ideas, organize them in an effective manner, and deliver them with the most impact for your intended audience.

This event is open to all persons interested in telling their stories with impact.


Workshop facilitated by BAPAC artistic affiliate Kim Le.

About the instructor: Kim Le is a local multidisciplinary performance artist who has collaborated with several theatres in a variety of roles: as an actor, puppeteer, writer, and front-of-house manager. Kim has also participated in story slams, and was featured on a mainstage show of the Stoop Storytelling Series in 2015. Currently, Kim is involved in the upcoming production of See Also, a collaboration between Submersive Productions and the George Peabody Library's "In the Stacks" series. Recently, Kim portrayed the role of "Magic Teller" in Tornkid, a collaboration between Baltimore Pasifika Arts Collective and Cohesion Theatre that won the B.I.T.R. Sisters' Award for Best Devised Work of 2019.

Her performance background is primarily in improvisational comedy. Kim joined the Baltimore Improv Group (BIG) in 2015 and currently performs every Saturday with the mainstage troupe Taco Night. She is also a founding member of the all-Asian improv troupe A++ Comedy, which performs monthly at BIG, and will also be part of the upcoming Asia North festival in April.

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