March 1, 2016 · 6:30pm


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Storytelling Workshop w/ Lancaster Story Slam


So, you’ve been to a couple of Story Slams and think you’d like to tell a story yourself, but aren’t sure how to prepare. Maybe you’re not certain you even have a story. We believe everyone has a story to tell. Every. One. Whether you’ve never told a story live onstage or you’ve stepped to the mic a few times but would like to learn new tips on effective storytelling, let us help you.

Two Hour Storytelling Workshop – March 1, 2016

Perhaps you’d like to compete in a local Story Slam or just weave personal tales into your business presentations. This two-night class will give you the tools to draft your story and tips on how hold the audience’s attention.

The session consists of classroom instruction and interaction. Topics include: What Makes a Good Story, Basic Story Structure, and Creative Language.

If you are interested in taking the class, please register here as class size is limited. If you have questions, please email Jim at

Course Instructors

Jim Breslin is the founder of the West Chester Story Slam, a monthly storytelling event in its 5th year. Over 450 stories have been told in front of thousands of audience members. He is also the founder of the Delco Story Slam and has been a featured storyteller at the Scranton Story Slam and Liberation. Jim is a writer, editor, publisher and television producer. He is the author of the novel SHOPLANDIA and the short story collection Elephant: Short Stories and Flash Fiction. He spent seventeen years as a producer at the home shopping network QVC and lives in West Chester, PA.

Terry Heyman is a wife, mother, former lawyer, former entrepreneur and former university instructor. Currently writer, frequent story slammer, occasional comedienne, and a lifetime member of Weight Watchers. And she’s phenomenal at making a mountain out of a molehill. She was featured in the 2013 Wilmington production “Listen To Your Mother,” the 2014 Women in Comedy Festival in Boston, and Philadelphia’s Tell Me A Story. You can follow her blog at Greetings from Insanity.