☞ Your work as a performance! with Tyler Brewington.
● Finding your personal voice that's true to your work.
✎ Performing for a crowd can seem terrifyingly vulnerable, but sharing work with an audience also has the potential to be one of the most generous and transformative aspects of the creative process. In this workshop, we’ll talk about the positive experiences, both as performers and audience members, that have influenced our thinking about what it means to be a “good reader” of one’s own work. Let’s figure out how to get you up there feeling a little less lonely––and a lot less afraid––the next time it’s your turn to take the stage.
At Neckar Coffee.
Free & All Ages.
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Tyler Brewington is the author of the chapbook Dear Stray Volcano (alice blue, 2015) and, with Kelly Schirmann, the collection Boyfriend Mountain (Poor Claudia, 2015). His poems have appeared in PEN America’s PEN Poetry Series, Salt Hill, Powder Keg, Sixth Finch, COAST|noCOAST, and elsewhere. He received an MFA from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and he is from Boise, Idaho.