Want to up your storytelling game? Want mad storytelling chops? Want to ditch the rambling, fumbling, and churning stomach? Get up on stage and tell your story.
Join Meghan Vigeant for a five-week Moth-style storytelling workshop at the Hope Spinnery.
Wednesdays, May 2 - May 30
6 PM - 8 PM
Final performance: May 30
Location: Classes & performance will be held at the Hope Spinnery (Directions)
Class size is limited to 8 people
If you would prefer to pay by cash or check, please contact Meghan.
Partial and full scholarships available based on need. Contact Meghan for an application.
Wondering what's "Moth-style" storytelling? The Moth is a popular storytelling event that happens all over the world. You can listen to recordings of live Moth stories on NPR, the Moth Radio Hour podcast, or visit The Moth to listen and learn more. (also check out the Moth stories at the bottom of this page.)
Meghan Vigeant is a storyteller, oral historian, and writer. She has taught oral history, storytelling, documentary, writing, and theater to students ages eight to eighty. She has a BA in theater/speech communications from Siena Heights University and attended the radio documentary program at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies. She worked as a professional actress touring in the Midwest until she discovered that truth is stranger, funnier, and more fun than fiction; that's when she began to dig into real-life stories. She is the author of Guts, Feathers, and All: Stories of Hard Work and Good Times on Swan’s Island, Maine. Through her business, Stories To Tell, Meghan uses oral history and documentary storytelling to help clients save their stories, voices, and history.