L.A. Storytellers: What's your recipe, Los Angeles? (Feb. 4 deadline)

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Feb 200816 Mar 20088

Los Angeles, California
United States

Food is often at the heart of a memorable occasion. It can reflect cultural and family traditions, creating fond experiences and unforgettable stories. From a recipe passed down through generations, to a whipped-together meal that becomes the family favorite, or a special treat rarely indulged upon but always savored, there are stories behind each and every cherished delicacy. L.A. Storytellers (a collaboration between Active Arts at the Music Center and the award-winning Cornerstone Theater Company) invite you to indulge in food non-fiction and share your tasty tales.

This program is intended for non-professional/recreational storytellers in the greater Los Angeles area. No prior experience is necessary; you must be at least 18 years old to participate.

Submit your story by February 4, 2008, using the online submission form. If your story is selected, you may be invited to participate in a two-day story sharing workshop on February 16 and March 8 (9am-2pm on both days). Working with and guided by Cornerstone Theater's professional facilitators, directors, writers, and actors, participants weave the stories together and at the process' end, share with friends, family, and invited guests.

There is no fee required to submit your story.

For further information: L.A. Storytellers

 

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