Calling all actors, directors, dramaturgs, playwrights, and all-around theatre artists who want to discover new methods for creating theatre from scratch!
UPDATE 8/8/2014: 9:33am
We are pleased to announce that our workshop is at capacity. Thank you for your interest. If you'd like to be added to our mailing list for future events and trainings please drop us a line!
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How do you create an original, ensemble-generated story? How do you combine scripted material with improvisation, harness the power of the audience, and never do the same thing twice? These are the questions Project: Project is fueled by, and now you can be too!
Core Members Jeffrey Mosser and Alli Engelsma-Mosser will be leading a 5-hour crash course in Project: Project's collaboration and movement work, using exercises and experiments that keep your group focused, productive and fun. Come for one or both sessions over the course of the day to try physical explorations, discover new theater exercises and create group work. Come with friends you've always wanted to make something with, or come and meet some exciting new collaborators!
Saturday, August 9 @ Boston Playwrights' Theater
Session 1: Physical Vocabulary - 11:00am-1:30pm | $15.00
Session 2: Making Stories on your Feet - 2:30pm-5:00pm | $15.00
All Day Devising Pass: 11:00am-5:00pm | $25.00
Space is limited! Fortune favors the bold! Sign up today!
Come for one! Come for both! See you there!
More About the Workshop
Session 1: Physical Vocabulary This movement workshop will focus on physical character exploration using beginner Laban and Dell Arte vocabulary, as well as group games and rhythm exercises. This workshop focuses more on exploration than composition. All movement levels are encouraged to participate.
Session 2: Making Stories on your Feet Participants will discover exercises to break routine, boundaries, and other unseen barriers while working on composition skills necessary to storytelling. Great for playwrights who need to chop through their writers block or actors who want to learn more about storytelling. No writing required.