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Being History: Character Interpretation for Storytellers

Character Interpretation is a wonderful teaching and presentation method that uses storytelling at its core, and can be used in classrooms, museums, and in festivals. Learn how to adapt this great method for the person in history that you would like to portray and present. Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet and interact with a person from history, as well as learn the techniques of being a successful and believable Character Interpreter.

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Sheila Arnold has been performing since age eight. She presents Storytelling Programs, Historic Character Presentations, Christian Monologues, Professional Development for Educators and Inspirational/Motivational Speaking for schools, churches and organizations throughout the US. She also manages and contracts new business for History’s Alive!, which mentors and provides opportunities and guidance to performers. Ms. Sheila, as she is fondly called, has been performing full-time since 2003, and travels nationally each year. One of Sheila's greatest joys is being the co-founder and Artistic Director of Artists Standing Strong Together (ASST), which was begun during the 2020 COVID-19 crisis, and continues to be a source of inspiration, strength and action in the storytelling and artists world.

Sheila is also an Historical Consultant for museums, historical societies and organisations. She has received the honour of being selected as a 2021 MacDowell Artist Fellow, a 2020 Mt. Vernon Research Fellow and a 2019 Hewnoaks Artist Colony summer residence Noted Artist. In the past she has worked as a Drama Ministry Director; Colonial Williamsburg employee; Substitute Teacher; and Social Worker for aggressive teens with emotional problems.

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Date: Wednesday 15 June 2022


Time: 7.30pm to 9pm (Singapore time) 

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SGD$5 for FEAST members (FOC for Young Storyteller Members)

SGD$12 for non-members




Wednesday, June 15, 2022, 7:30 PM until 9:00 PM
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