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.