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Thursday, March 6 • 7:00pm - 8:15pm
Physical Devising: Making Meaning of Movement

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The workshop will focus on creating simple choreography and using it as a base to explore tempo, space, atmosphere, and psychology. The participants will create at least two pieces of original theatre.

Speakers
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Daniel Granke

University of South Florida
Dan Granke is a movement, mask, mime, and stage combat specialist. He is a Certified Teacher Candidate with the National Michael Chekhov Association and a Certified Teacher with the Society of American Fight Directors. He has worked and taught in New York and Chicago. He is currently based in Tampa, Florida, where he teaches Acting, Stage Combat, and Mask at the University of South Florida
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Richard Walker

University of Pittsburgh
Ric Walker Currently teaching at the University of Pittsburgh was a longtime fixture of the Chicago stage. His many performances with The Second City, 2nd Story and with the Improvised Shakespeare Company has given him the opportunity to perform for thousands both in Chicago and throughout the US and Europe. His background includes numerous plays, films, solo work and countless improvisational performances.He also believes himself to be a world... Read More →


Thursday March 6, 2014 7:00pm - 8:15pm
CC 203 A

Attendees (15)