Eight sides to a story

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Every event needs an audience, and there are plenty of entertaining options in Orlando. Choose your own storytelling adventure!

I want… Get to What is it? Location Next up
To hear what local writers think about current events Loose Lips Orlando writers read work inspired by the last 30 days of news Lil’ Indies Feb. 5, 8 p.m
Some in-depth thoughts on a topic affecting our community TEDxOrlando The TED experience through a combination of live speakers and TED Talk videos Varies TBA
A chance to become a better storyteller Florida Storytelling Festival Known nationally for its unique combination of workshops, concerts, youthful voices and sense of community Mount Dora Jan. 24-27, 2019
To feel better about my childhood by hearing about the struggles of others Orlando Cringe Adults read the personal thoughts and memories from their childhood diaries to a roomful of complete strangers The Abbey Mar. 13, 7 p.m.
To become a member of a storytelling guild Storytellers of Central Florida Founded in 1987, and dedicated to the preservation of the ancient art of Storytelling Winter Park Library First Tuesday of the month, 7 p.m.
Book authors to read to me, then answer my questions Functionally Literate Pairs the best writers in central Florida with visiting writers from all over the world Lowndes Shakespeare Center TBA
Stories that are in a visual milieu FilmSlam Indie film showcase of Florida filmmakers Enzian Jan. 13, 1 p.m.
Comedic storytelling with a dash of improv Frindie Nights The stage is open for sketch, improv, music and comedic experimentation AdLib Theatre Jan. 11, 8:30 p.m

Did we miss anything? Check out our article on the storytelling scene in Orlando and how to get on stage yourself.

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