Storytelling has become one of the most popular, compelling, intimate and transformative forms of performance art in recent years. Due to the popularity of organizations like the New York City-based non profit group The Moth, personal stories and storytelling as an art form are experiencing a resurgence in popularity as a valuable part of our culture.
Join professional director/actor/educator Jeanette Knight on a journey of discovering, crafting and sharing some of your own personal stories. Final class will include a performance for friends, family and the general public. (Please come to the first class with one story, approximately 5 minutes in length, you are interesting in telling.)
Class meets Monday from 1:30-3:30 pm for 5 weeks
Call the Box Office for more information. 760-296-2966
Jeanette Knight is a member of SAG/AFTRA and Actors Equity Association, Knight’s extensive experience includes playing a gamut of roles at the Beaumont Actors Studio, The California Desert Regional Theatre, The Palm Canyon Theatre, Indio Performing Arts Center, Tony-award winning Victory Gardens Theatre in Chicago, and the Idyllwild Arts Academy, where she has been teaching acting and improv for the past nine years. She has directed and/or produced numerous productions, including “The Little Dog Laughed,” starring Greg Louganis and Dawnn Lewis and “Trying,” both for the Indian Wells Theatre. Last September she directed CVRep’s Youth Outreach Production, the anti-bullying play, “Push.” She was the Education Program Manager for the McCallum Theatre from 1998-2006, becoming a master teaching artist of Aesthetic Education and working closely with the Lincoln Center Institute. She is the director of the “Joshua Tree Improv/Comedy Festival”.