Creating Character Through Movement
Creating original characters is not just the work of playwrights. In this 4-week workshop, starting October 7th and occuring every Monday after that, we will experience how performers with any level of experience can create complex and compelling characters by starting with the physical body and simple movement. Come ready to play and explore. Wear clothes/shoes you can move in. Classes build toward an evening of performed monologues for invited guests. All skill levels in acting, writing and movement welcome
When: October 7th, 14th, 21st, and 28th from 6pm-7:30pm
Chris Seibert is an actor, director, writer and educator who creates original performance works in collaboration with professional and community artists. She is the co-creator and performer of the solo performances Fa(r)ther, Split, Cut to Pieces and The Tranced; the plays Ancestra, Insomnia and F*** Me Love Me Aphrodite; and the dance theatre duet Reckoning. For 15 years she was a core artist with Cleveland Public Theatre, where she served as Director of Education and developed over 40 original works with Cleveland youth, immigrant and refugee teens, and adults in recovery. Chris’ professional work has garnered her recognition and support from the Ohio Arts Council, Chesterfield Writer’s Film Project (LA), Chicago C.A.A.P., and DirectorsLabChicago. Chris was a recipient of the Creative Workforce Fellowship, and has recently been selected as a Gordon Square Artist-in-Residence for the fall of 2019.
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