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Performance Schedule

Tickets for the Thursday and Friday evening performances are $10. Workshop tickets are $10 or $25 for a day of workshops. A Workshop Pass is $50 and includes all the workshops on Friday and Saturday. A Festival Pass for $75 will admit attendees into all performances and workshops. The Family Matinee is $5 for adults and $3 for children. Tickets for performances and workshops can be purchased at the door. Students who show a valid college ID can purchase ½ price tickets. Festival goers get to visit Oklahoma History Center exhibits for free!

The Saturday evening performances is free and will be held at the Myriad Gardens Great Lawn Stage.


Thursday, August 22

Evening Performance (recommended for ages 12+)

Tickets are $10.
8:00pm - Evening Performances
Session 1: Barbara McBride-Smith, Alton Chung, and Judith Black
Session 2: Patric Ball

Friday, August 23

Taking the Next Step: Telling Stories as a Professional Teller

Patrick Ball
10:00am-11:30am
This workshop will offer an introduction to the world of professional storytelling. We will discuss such essentials as how to get bookings, how to create a successful promotional packet, and how to negotiate a fee. In short, how to make the jump from being a person who loves to tell stories to a person who gets paid for it...without losing the love!

Open Mic Storytelling

Teller: Territory Tellers
11:45am-12:45pm - Free Event (Lunch not included)
Come share a story during the lunch hour on Friday. Barbara Jones, MC, will lead a fun story swap. Take your turn at being a teller.

Every Story is a Personal Story

Teller: Barbara McBride-Smith
1:00pm-2:30pm
The one thing you have that nobody else has is you. Your memories, your perspective, your voice. So, tell EVERY story as only you can, with passion, authenticity, and humor as if it were a personal story. Barbara will offer some insights into how folktales, myths, and Biblical stories can be re-imagined as parallels to your own personal life stories.

Ghost Stories and Other Scary Stuff

Teller: Alton Chung
2:45pm-4:00pm
In this workshop, the elements of what makes a good ghost story will be explored.

Character Based Storytelling from the Museum Perspective

4:30pm-5:30pm
Join staff from the Oklahoma History Center as the present Oklahoma’s story from three unique perspectives. Staff will follow the performances with a Q&A session discussing preparation, methodology, and more.

A funny thing happened on my way into American Culture...

5:45pm-6:45pm
Listen to short tales from an assortment of people from other cultures and lands who learned humorous lessons in their first few months in the U.S. At the end, other participants can try their short-story technique.

Evening Performance (recommended for ages 12+)

Tickets are $10.
8:00pm - Evening Performances
Session 1: Patrick Ball, Barbara McBride-Smith, and Alton Chung
Session 2: Judith Black

Saturday, August 24

Finding Your Own Voice

Teller: Patrick Ball, Judith Black, Alton Chung, and Barbara McBride-Smith
10:00am-11:30am
This innovative and popular workshop session will focus on the process of building your own “identity” as a storyteller. The featured tellers will create and share their unique perspective on the story “Rumpelstiltskin.” They will discuss their methods, techniques and creative motivations used in telling the story in their own distinct style.

Oklahoma Olio

Teller: Territory Tellers
11:45am-12:45pm - Free Event (Lunch not included)
Local storytelling group, the Territory Tellers, will present a free concert. Tellers are Oklahoma members of the statewide storytelling organization and will share a variety of stories while you enjoy lunch.

From Heart to Heart

Teller: Judith Black
1:00pm – 2:30pm
Storytelling, an ancient folk art, has recently been claimed as the communication bedrock for everything from Hollywood films, to corporate self definition. It is powerful because it speaks from the heart of the teller to that of the listener, creating a bridge of understanding. In this workshop, participants will explore that bridge.

Family Matinee Performance

3:00pm - 4:00pm. Tickets are $3 for children and $5 for adults.
Featuring Barbara McBride-Smith and Alton Chung

Evening Performance (recommended for ages 12+) - Free at Myriad Gardens Great Lawn Stage

8:00pm - Evening Performances
Session 1: Alton Chung, Judith Black, and Patrick Ball
Session 2: Barbara McBride-Smith

 

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