Vitamin C: sketch comedy web series

Because comedy is an essential nutrient

Do you like making people laugh? If you are ages nine through fifteen, here’s your chance to participate in a sketch comedy web series called Vitamin C. Think of it as a kid-friendly, rated PG, Saturday Night Live (similar to Studio C) where students are the producers, writers, actors, filmmakers and editors!

Want to be a writer (write the funny stuff), actor (act the funny stuff), a part of principal photography (a.k.a. film the thing!), or in post production (edit the final short)? Participate in one or all as you experience all the facets of creating a short film comedy sketch. All sketches will be uploaded via Vimeo onto a dedicated Vitamin C web page on for a controlled viewing experience. In addition, Vitamin C will be aired on StoryArk's YouTube channel. Meetings will take place on Wednesdays, from 10 AM to 12 PM at StoryArk, 402 N Main Street, #350, Stillwater.

Wednesdays, 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM at StoryArk

  • October 9, 16, 23

  • November 6 ,13, 20

  • December 4, 11, 18

  • January 8, 15, 22

  • February 5, 12, 26

Saturday Supplements, 9:00 to 10:30 AM at StoryArk

  • September 28: Filmmaker Tahiel Jimenez, Podcaster Eli Nahkala - Envisioning the Project, Writing the Script

  • October 26: LA actress and Acting Coach Ellie Abrams - Acting On Camera

  • November 23: Filmmaker Cynthia Uhrich - The Art of Directing

  • January 25: Filmmaker Dave McClellan - Editing for Film

    StoryArk Network Live!, February 22, 9 AM to 4 PM at the Grand Banquet Hall, Stillwater

    StoryArk's student groups gather to share their podcast episodes, short films, comedy sketches and short stories and enjoy each other’s company as fellow artists at the beautiful Grand Banquet Ballroom in Stillwater from 9 AM to 4 PM on Saturday, February 22. Executive Producer Lily Percy Ruiz from On Being with Krista Tippet (podcast), Sundance filmmaker E.G. Bailey (film), and Young Adult author Jacqueline West (short story) will discuss with students the fundamentals of their particular storytelling medium. Students will learn how writing for podcast, film and prose are similar and different. In addition, each student group will share their narrative and discuss with each other the themes of the story and the technical details that helped create it. The day will end with a variety show where each group will share their podcast episode, short film, filmed sketch, or short story with family and friends. All creative work will be made available on the StoryArk Network webpage, podcast, mobile app and YouTube channel.

    Tuition: $260 per six month session paid by check made payable to StoryArk on the first class; OR, pay via PayPal $46/month (or what you can afford ~ scholarships are available, and no one is turned away for financial reasons.) Tuition includes "Vitamin C" and all other programming opportunities offered at StoryArk including Saturday Supplements nurturing key storytelling skills.

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Student Executive Producers Lead


Maggie may be small but she’s mighty! She is 10 years old and lives in Stillwater with her parents, little sister, older sister and an older brother. Maggie is a ‘just go for it’ kind of girl, no matter what she’s doing. She loves soccer, softball, messy and creative art, dancing, singing, and spending time with new and old friends. Maggie enjoyed being in a couple church plays and is eager to be a new member to StoryArk. The Viatmin C skit she’s looking forward to the most is “Minnesota Not so Nice.”
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Professional Artists Mentor Students

Thanks Stillwater Area Community Foundation!

This project received funding from the Stillwater Area Community Foundation

We empower student voices and equip young artists to succeed

StoryArk provides a variety of creative programming for youth, allowing them to tell their story through their chosen medium - whether that be a novel, poetry, film, song, podcast or anything else they can dream up. Student initiated and student led, each project is imagined, designed, and developed by youth. Professional authors, screenwriters, filmmakers, musicians, producers, directors and actors share their expertise and experience, helping students gain new skills in their craft and empowering them to become their best creative selves.

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