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Saturday, May 13 • 11:30am - 1:00pm
Shame and Fear are in The Eye of the Beholder: A Working Session on Audacity (and Current Events) using Moment-to-Moment Improvisation LIMITED

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Beth Milles, Associate Professor, Cornell University, and Director of Education at Long Wharf Theatre; Daniel Passer, Faculty at CalArts, Actor/Director and International Teacher of Commedia/Clown/Improvisation 

  • Description: A working session on Audacity (and Current Events) using moment-to-moment improvisation. Drawing from the traditions of clown—using the techniques of Commedia dell’Arte. We will lead a quick and dirty session to build a contemporary piece with our participants including four versions of current events, two musical departures, and one poem which we write and perform as a group. In our tumultuous times—laughter on the edge is necessity. Foraging is the way of bravery. The boundaries of our medium cannot be challenged (nor discovered) through thought—but by pushing forward through improvisational work, dredging the uncomfortable toward the productive.

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Saturday May 13, 2017 11:30am - 1:00pm
Chapman Argyros Forum 206C

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