Last month, Literary Cleveland teamed up with Dana Norris of Story Club Cleveland for a workshop that focused on telling personal stories in compelling and entertaining ways. The month long workshop, which met Thursdays in September at Loganberry Books, allowed people to examine interesting, amusing, traumatic, harrowing, or in some other way defining moments of their lives, and craft stories out of those experiences.
The class was capped off with a staged reading of the pieces in front of a live audience. The performance, held at Forest City Brewery on Thursday, October 12, featured Theodore Pavlich, Polina Guth, Alana Meyers-Kio, Christina Morris, Mike Toro, Nick Cohen, Kristen Zajac, Laura Rocker, and Marchaé Grair telling their stories to an an audience who also enjoyed craft beers, food, and festive Halloween decorations.
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