Monday, November 18, 2019, 7:00 PM
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FREE experiential workshops led by skilled and celebrated professional artists in a variety of disciplines. Classes offered are for adults and students (high school and up) who want to learn or expand their knowledge and experience in different art forms..
November 18, 2019, 7pm
Storytelling Techniques with Tracey Segarra
We all have stories to tell and to share. Tracey Segarra, an award-winning storyteller whose stories have appeared on the NPR's popular The Moth Radio Hour and other storytelling podcasts, leads a master class in how to hone the craft of storytelling to an audience. With her guidance, participants can prepare for story slams, and public speaking engagements like The Moth, Ted Talks, and more. Segarra is a story coach and the producer and host of a bi-monthly Long Island-based storytelling show, Now You're Talking, and the vice chair of the board of the National Storytelling Network.
Participation open to high school students, college students, and adults.
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Storytellers Showcase Poster
January 13, 2020, 7:30pm
"Tell it from the HEARTS" Storytellers Showcase
Have you got a story to share? . HEARTS' Master Class at Landmark on Main Street invites selected storytellers from the November Master Class and others to showcase their works, sharing stories with an audience in the style of The Moth on NPR.
The criteria are simple: 5 minutes, family-friendly subjects and language, beginning-middle-end
Help HEARTS raise funds for future master classes while enjoying stories told by family, friends and members of our community.
WATCH THIS SPACE FOR DETAILS ON REGISTRATION AND TICKETS.
Alvin Ailey Dancers
February 19, 2020, 1:30pm
Alvin Ailey - Dance for Active Seniors (Afternoon TEA)
Co-Sponsored with Landmark on Main Street's Afternoon T.E.A. Series,
AileyDance for Active Seniors furthers Alvin Ailey's belief that "dance is for everybody". AileyDance for Active Seniors offers dance classes that support strength and flexibility training through a thoughtful and sequential progression of movement that promotes both cardiovascular and cognitive stimulation. The program also serves as an outlet for artistic expression by creating choreography which cultivates the imagination and fosters a sense of joy. In addition to dancing, participants learn the history and legacy of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.
No registration is needed. Onstage participation is limited and on a first come, first served basis.