Jonah Bokaer will be offering a free physical movement workshop for performers this Monday, 10/27 at 7pm in the Ferst Center for the Arts.
The class focuses on a 25-minute warmup including stretching and strengthening of the dancer’s torso in a contemporary manner, followed by a 25-minute warmup of the legs. This is followed by 40 minutes of phrasework, on a large theatre stage. The class is characterized as having a focus on clarity and articulation, with an emphasis on greater physical embodiment.
To reserve your place for this class, email Residency Coordinator, Jennifer Kimball, at firstname.lastname@example.org, by 1pm on Monday.
Congratulations to the following DramaTech members who were cast in the directing scenes last night:
Starry Night (directed by Micah Hosford)
Man: Joshua Redding
Woman: Miranda Fyfe
Afterlife (directed by Flora Lee)
Danielle: Liz Burns
Connor: Skyler Westlake
Congratulations to Miranda Fyfe, DramaTech's Fall 2014 MAL!
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