Storytelling

All The World's A Stage C.A.S.T. touring members prepare scenes each fall to take out on the road throughout the year. By performing at community events in various types of environments, our young actors learn the art of storytelling while learning the life skills of adaptation, modification, team building, and integration.

What is Storytelling?

 

1. Storytelling is an interactive performance art

    form.

 

2. Storytelling is, by design, a co-creative process

    between the storyteller and the audience. 

 

3. Storytelling is, by its nature, personal,

    interpretive, and uniquely human.

 

4. Storytellling is a process, a medium for sharing,

    interpreting, offering the content and meaning

    of a story to an audience. 

Where can Storytelling be Performed?

 

Schools

Libraries

Bookstores

Malls

Hospitals

Nursing Homes

Child Care

Camps

Parks and Recreation

Youth Organizations

Street and Craft Fairs

 

Storytelling can be performed anywhere!