Tucson Weekly featured an article about Odyssey Storytelling, by Sherilyn Forrester on the Thursday, February 2, 2017. Entitled Story for Life: Odyssey Storytelling connects real voices and hearts, it appeared the same day as our “Mission” performance. Thank you, Sherilyn, for telling our story! Click the article’s title to read it.
Odyssey led the roundup of theater events (they don’t quite know where to put us) in the Curtain Going Up section of December’s Desert Leaf Magazine. Thanks Patrick Baliani for the shout-out. He quotes executive director, Jen Nowicki Clark, saying, “Tucson is full of diverse, talented, engaged people with amazing stories: sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes hilarious. We have found that Storytelling . . . breaks down barriers and challenges our assumptions.”
You can read the article on page 70 at this link.
Join us in March for a fun and fabulous Creative Writing Weekend Workshop in Nonfiction on the Art of Storytelling. Writer and performer Molly McCloy will teach workshop participants how to write and perform nonfiction stories from their lives in a creative and entertaining way. At the end of this three- day workshop, students will have the option to perform their work for a live audience.
The two-credit workshop is March 3-5 at Pima Community College’s Downtown Campus, Room AH-140. Cost is $183 for Arizona residents. Current Pima students can enroll for Writing 298T4/CRN 23823 through MyPima at www.pima.edu. Non-students can fill out our easy College admission form online at www.pima.edu and then enroll.
Molly McCloy is a three-time NYC Moth StorySLAM winner with work published in Slate, Nerve, and Swink. She holds an M.F.A. in nonfiction from The New School. She has performed around the country.