A summary by Anastasha Paramitha Harwijaya, Grade 10 First, choose an appropriate location. Persuading a few friends to share stories is the second thing to do. You need an audience, so invite many people. Establishing a topic before the show may be beneficial since it provides storytellers a focus and the audience a preview of what to expect. Avoid choosing a broad theme so that storytellers can discuss different topics. Consider imposing a time restriction so that individuals won't talk too much. Next, consider your beginning sentence carefully to grab the audiences attention. A script should not be used because that would not be storytelling. Without a piece of paper between them, storytellers and audiences could have a more meaningful interaction.