Workshop: From Character to Ritual

February 15, 2019

Date: Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019
Time: Noon–1 p.m.
Location: Bucksbaum Center for the Arts, Room 152

From Character to Ritual will be a physical, vocal, and emotional exploration of three primary states being.

Buoyancy is the sensation of moving effortlessly, rising, settling down, or floating from side to side.

The second primary state of being is called potency. This feeling of stretching, reaching, and extending beyond oneself can be used to characterize emotions such as longing or, anger, and aggression.

The third state of being is radiance or radiancy, which is characterized by childlike excitement, a sparkle in one’s eye, mischief, or naughtiness.

This workshop will touch on how these three elements coexist and combine to shape the exploration and characterization towards the ritual of performance, which is the backbone in Phala O’Phala’s approach to character in Kafka’s Ape.

A light lunch will be provided. RSVP to Jan Graham by noon, Monday, Feb. 25. Space is limited.

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