Back to All Events

Live Storytelling Master Class with Aaron Wolfe

Aaron was masterful at making people feel comfortable and helping them take risks.
— Student

In this four-week workshop, you’ll learn the tools that the pros use to make their personal stories come alive on stage. From unexpected story structures to humor's ability to create a deeper emotional space, you'll learn how to take your storytelling to the next level. Aaron Wolfe and a rotating group of special guests from Boston's podcasting and storytelling world will offer critiques and guidance as you refine your story and then perform it in a showcase event at the PRX Podcast Garage. 

The class meets at the PRX Podcast Garage (267 Western Ave., Allston) on Sundays, 6:30-8:30 p.m. from October 29 to November 19. 


You must have completed our beginner class (The Art of Personal Storytelling) - or have experience telling stories live on stage - to take this workshop.


The cost of this class is $150 for members of the Podcast Garage or members of the Harvard Ed Portal (i.e. any Allston-Brighton resident) and $200 for non-members. If you are interested in a scholarship for this workshop, please email us at once you have submitted your application.

Applications are now closed. To ensure a diverse and experienced class, all interested students must fill out an application. Once you are accepted, we will register you for the class. 


This class will feature master storytellers from The Moth, PRX, and beyond. More guests coming soon!


Aaron Wolfe is a screenwriter, storyteller and occasional host of the Moth StorySLAMS in Boston. His Moth GrandSLAM winning stories have been featured on The Moth Mainstage, The Moth RadioHour, Risk!, Storycollider, Tablet Magazine, as well as hundreds of stages around the Northeast. You can learn more at

NEA Logo.jpg

Our programming is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. To find out more about how National Endowment for the Arts grants impact individuals and communities, visit 

Later Event: October 30
The Art of Personal Storytelling