Create your own performance piece drawing from your personal life story—and have a blast doing it in a class led by writer, director, storyteller and solo performer Tekki Lomnicki. Funded by the Chicago Community Trust this FREE workshop is for anybody with a disability who has a story to tell.

DATE: Saturday, May 13, 2017
TIME: 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
PLACE: St. Martin’s Episcopal Church

Tekki Lomnicki, a performer with a disability is the Artistic Director of Tellin’ Tales Theatre, a company dedicated to shattering the barriers between the disabled and non-disabled worlds through the power of personal story.She has taught for Victory Gardens Theatre, Tellin’ Tales and Bodies of Work, a network for disability art and culture.

In this fun, 4-hour session you will learn how to generate ideas and write your story using setting, character development, point of view, movement and music in a safe nurturing environment. It will be a fun learning experience and could lead to an ongoing acting workshop that will culminate in a full performance in a theater.

PRESENTED BY: Tellin’ Tales Theatre, Bodies of Work—Department of Disability and Human Development, University of Illinois at Chicago with a grant from the Chicago Community Trust.

Admission is FREE. However, this class is limited to only eight participants. To register please text or
call Theresa Pacione at 773-946-7540 or email pacionepaz@ameritech.net.