Movement and the Fluid Imagination- workshop with Brendan McCall
Saturday, Aug 2 2014
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Movement and the Fluid Imagination
No RSVP needed.

A rigorous and creative investigation to enhance the ability to link imagination with movement, this workshop is designed primarily for actors and dancers.  Using elements of Allan Wayne Work, students will learn physical forms that will increase strength, flexibility, and stamina, while simultaneously making the body more sensitive and supple.  We will then explore how to apply these principles consciously to individual and group improvisation, so that we move with purpose as well as emotional transparency.  Open to students of any degree of ability.  Please wear comfortable clothing to move in.

Brendan McCall is an award-winning movement and theater artist whose work has been presented in over 35 countries on 5 continents.  He has performed for Alexandra Beller, Maureen Fleming, Jenny Hollingworth, Moises Kaufman, Helena Lambert, Paul Langland, Said Mahrouf, Mary Overlie, Stephen Petronio, and Keith Thompson, among others.  Teaching internationally since 1994, previous long-term appointments include the Yale School of Drama, the New School for Drama, New York University, the Atlantic Theater Company, Danshögskolan (Sweden), Bilkent University (Turkey), The International Theater Academy Norway, where he was Rektor from 2008-10.  His articles on the arts have been published in English, French, Norwegian, and Belarusian in Contact Quarterly Dance Journal, Cultural Weekly, Movement Research Performance Journal, Dance/USA´s From The Green Room, Contemporary Theatre Review (UK), Experimenta (Australia),Regard sur l´Est (France), Klassekampen and The Nordic Page (Norway), Arche (Belarus), among others.  He was the Manager of the Cummins Theatre (Australia), and is the Artistic Director of Ensemble Free Theater Norway in Oslo, where he lives with his wife and daughter.  BFA with Honors, New York University.  MFA, Bennington College.  MPhil, University of Oslo.

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