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Synaesthetic Theatre's Previous Workshops
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Synaesthetic Theatre's Previous Workshops

Previous Workshops

Boundless Improv I & II

Boundless II: Saturday, 01/17/04 through Sunday, 01/25/04
Boundless I :Saturday, 05/31/03 through Sunday, 06/08/03

Master Teachers Stephen Wangh (author of An Acrobat of the Heart) and Wendell Beavers (Master Teacher, Viewpoints and Somatic Movement) co-taught and collaborated for the first in the June 2003 workshop with Synaesthetic’s own Aubrey Hardwick. In January 2004 we added more days and Lisa Sokolov (Originator and Master Teacher, Embodied VoiceWork) to the program.

The Viewpoints, Physical Acting and Embodied VoiceWork all create powerful containers for improvisation. The Viewpoints, originated by postmodern dancer/choreographer Mary Overlie, cultivate multi-layered compositional awareness. Physical Acting connects theatre games, character work and emotional imagery to the performer's body and voice, and Embodied VoiceWork opens the listening/sensing body to the language of non-verbal free vocal improvisation. Each of these disciplines emphasizes deep listening and kinesthetic response. Combined, they provide an expansive vocabulary which galvanizes performers to risk being entirely present in every moment.

Click here to read more about this workshop and Mr. Wangh, Mr. Beavers and Ms. Sokolov.

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