Wed, Jun 23 | zoom

Hacking the Fear of Public Speaking

Learn practical physical and mental hacks needed to present confidently and joyously in front of any audience, live or via zoom
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Time & Location

Jun 23, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
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About the Event

In this workshop, participants will be given the practical physical and mental hacks needed to present confidently and joyously in front of any audience, live or via zoom. Participants learn how to engage their bodies and voices to turn the fear of public speaking into excitement.

Mark Bedard is a theatrical storyteller with years of experience navigating and/or poking the public eye. As a coach his work has ranged from interview prep to camera work to monologue coaching. Teaching has included countless workshops, prologues, and school-visit programs. Mark wrote and performed in his own adaptation of The Marx Brothers musical The Cocoanuts, and also the Daedalus AIDS Benefit as well as multiple School-Visit Program presentations. As a professional actor he has appeared on stages across the country and more recently onscreen (Evil, Madam Secretary, The Good Fight, Instinct, The Knick.) He is based out of Brooklyn NY and is quite pleasantly surprised to be working with Fearless Communicators, since his relentless torturing onstage of founder, Eduardo Placer, was legendary. BA from University of California Irvine.

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