Utah Storytelling Events Email List
If you know of any Utah storytelling events (virtual or in-person),
View Virtual/Recordings from
27th Weber State University
Click on green virtual buttons within the program of February
Sharing the Fire - virtual portion
Many featured tellers and presenters including Karla Huntsman from Utah
March 24-26, 2023
with Karla's in-person workshop "Professional Improv Tools for Story Creation and Performance" in New Hampshire
Though here is the Virtual Track...
- Live-streamed Keynote with Adam Booth
- Live-streamed Performances by Adam Booth, Charlotte Blake Alston, and the Olio (juried show)
- Two online fully-interactive workshops in partnership with Artists Standing Strong
Together (ASST), specifically tailored for our virtual audience
- A Story Swap with NEST's own Worldwide Virtual Storytelling Guild.
Recordings of the above events will be available for viewing for full conference and virtual ticket holders for
two weeks from when they are posted following the conference. In-person workshops will not be live-streamed or recorded.
Suggested donation $15/person or $25/household
69th House Concert by Story Crossroads
"Irish Blarney & Wisdom Tales"
Friday, March 17, 2023
In-Person & Live-streamed
Held at the Hedman Home in West Jordan, UT, exact address given upon registration
Join the live-stream (details on series webpage)
Suggested donation $15/person or
Saturday, March 18, 2023
Saratoga Springs, Utah
exact address given
Details: This workshop will explore a range of topics related to the spookier side of stories, including general technique for spooky genres, how to craft suspense, using sounds effectively, the ethics of getting scary, and how to pivot when it becomes clear that the spooky tale you expected to share isn't sitting right with the audience.
Lunch will be determined through Signup Genius for
items to bring.
19th Annual Vernal Utah Storytelling Festival
Adam Booth & Megan Hicks
Monday-Tuesday, March 20-21, 2023
Vernal Middle School Auditorium
721 W 100 S
Vernal, UT 84078
Cost: $10/family; $5/adult; $3/student
Ticket available at Davis Food & Drug (Vernal) or at the door
13th Annual Utah's Biggest Liar
tall tale contest
Got a lie? - $100 cash prize
come to compete or listen
Monday, April 3,
165 N. Main St.
Spanish Fork, UT
Collage Techniques in Storytelling - Making a Story More Than the Sum of Its Parts
Saturday, April 15, 2023
9:00am-10:30am MST (UTC
Sliding scale tuition, $5-$50, suggested $25 that includes audio/video/handout
"A Potpourri of Story"
Cassie Ashton, Paige Funk, Karla Huntsman, Ginger Parkinson, Steffani Raff, Lynn
Thursday, April 27, 2023
Held at the Pleasant Grove Little Theatre
30 East Center St
Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
(lower level of Pleasant Grove Library)
Come whether or not you
8th Annual Story Crossroads Summit & Festival: The Hybrid
15 story artists, 3 professors/experts, 40 youth & adult tellers
Monday-Thursday, May 8-11,
Early Bird before May 1:
All sessions recorded so can then be viewed until June 15, 2023
The Guild has a Virtual Chapter available to all members. Join when best for you on every 4th Monday at 7:00pm Mountain as well as 3rd Wednesday of the Month at 11:30am Mountain with some exceptions such as Thursday, February 23 at 7pm in place on the Monday for that month. You can email [email protected] or call/text Cassie Ashton at (801) 859-5967 for the Zoom details.
Legacy: Fables has many interactive small-group stories to experience with choices made in the moment. Find @legacyfables on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.
Story Crossroads - To foster creative and compassionate communities through the art of storytelling.