Tuesdays, 7-9pm EDT

June 7, 14, 21, 28

Program Cost:



As with our other online programs, the live sessions will also be recorded, so you can participate live AND/OR by watching the recordings.

The info to access the recordings, along with other important course information, will be emailed to you upon registration. Recordings will be available for 6 months.

About The Program

Check out Ann Randolph’s article, Remember Your First Time?, and her videos:  We Are Together in the Life Boat: Vicki Robin Interviews Ann Randolph, Tub Talk with Eckhart Tolle and Lady Liberty and The Importance of Deep Listening.

“Ann Randolph is a multi-tiered invitation and adventure in interiority, grief, healing; and her teachings touch a part of my heart that brings me to my knees…laughing, sometimes crying. Ann is a master teacher.”  Alanis Morissette

Many writers focus on sitting down and thinking of something to write on the page.   That’s great, but the body can inform you of stories and feelings that might have been dormant for quite some time and are longing to be revealed. What if you allowed your body to speak? What would it have to say? The body doesn’t lie. The body knows the truth. Your stories are alive in you. You embody your stories.

Ann is an award-winning solo writer and performer who creates her solo shows by writing and improvising on her feet, using both mind and body. In addition to performing, Ann is passionate about empowering people to write and share their stories.  

In this four-part online workshop she will teach you to express the dynamic range of feelings, sensations, and stories that reside within you. Through writing exercises, improvisation and movement you’ll expand your creative range and gain the ability to trust your creative impulses, embracing all of who you are. Each session will offer the participants an opportunity to play with emerging stories in small, supportive break out rooms. 

This workshop is open to anyone, regardless of writing experience, who wants to discover and express the story that lies within them.

Meet the Presenter

Ann Randolph

Ann Randolph

Ann is an award-winning writer and performer. Her current solo show, Inappropriate in All the Right Ways, has been described by The Huffington Post as “a show like no other.” Her show, Loveland, played for two years straight in San Francisco where it won the SF Weekly Award for Best Solo Show and garnered the SF Bay Critic’s Award for Best Original Script. Loveland also played to sold out audiences in LA and won the LA Weekly award for Best Solo Show.

Ann’s solo show, Squeeze Box, was produced by Mel Brooks and Anne Bancroft and enjoyed a successful off-Broadway run before touring the United States and headlining at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Squeeze Box garnered both the Los Angeles Ovation Award and the LA Weekly Award for Best Solo Show.

Ann’s other solo works include Down Home, Shelter, and Miss America for which she won the LA Weekly Award for Best Solo Performer. A favorite spoken word artist, Ann is a Moth StorySLAM winner and has been a regular on LA’s long running spoken word series including Tasty Words, SPARK and Gorgeous Stories. Her personal essays and interviews have been featured on NPR, PBS and the BBC.