Presence: In Relationship
An Acting Workshop for All Abilities & More...
WHEN: TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS, JAN 21 - MARCH 12
TIME: 6:30PM to 8:30PM
WHERE: GREEN THUMB STUDIOS
5522 McKinnon Street, Vancouver
PRICE: $350 for all 15 sessions.
Funding assistance available by request. No one will be turned away.
A fun and intensive acting workshop exploring our interactions with others using the craft of Mask & Object Work, Physical Theatre & Social Theatre.
Explore and express, with people of all abilities, the different aspects of human behaviour; and, how we relate to others using our bodies, our voice, masks, and objects.
We welcome People and Artists of all Identities and Abilities ages 16 and over.
This is your chance to explore and refine your acting skills together with people of all abilities. A beautiful experience.
Angelo Moroni and Laen Hershler
Musician/Composer, Artistic Director for S.I.T.E. Theatre. Angelo has been collaborating with Theatre Terrific for 5 years. He has been involved in an array of theatre and music projects in Vancouver and Mexico. He has credits on six music productions as a musician/composer in multiple free jazz ensembles: Jazzorca Records. He studied Classical and Modern Theatre in UNAM University, Mexico City. He has been exploring the techniques of Theatre of the Oppressed (TO) for 18 years and has facilitated TO workshops at UBC, SFU, Amnesty International, and Neighbourhood Houses. He has adapted TO for kids and the Visually Impaired Community. He currently continues to give workshops in a variety of organizations in the Lower Mainland and in Mexico.
Laen is a performing artist and expert facilitator of creative processes across professional and non-professional contexts. He has vast experience working with teachers, academics, business professionals using theatre for both professional and personal development. His facilitation style is engaging, entertaining and highly interactive. Laen began his career as a performer/educator touring internationally and giving workshops on various aspects and uses of physical theatre for both children and adults. (France, Korea, Australia, Kenya, South Africa). Since 2011, he has been an sessional instructor at the Creative Studies Faculty at UBC (Kelowna) and the Education Faculty at UBC (Vancouver). Most recently, Laen has devoted considerable time to graduate work in the field of Research-Based Theatre.