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For actors, singers, storytellers, speakers, musicians.

Explore and develop a character using the Movement theories of Rudolph Laban. Used by dancers, actors, musicians, athletes and health and wellness professionals, Laban is a multi-disciplinary approach to exploring movement and to physicalizing intention. It helps performers to first recognize physical habits and then, through exploration of a wider range of potential movements, develop a more expressive body. Discover how this multi-disciplinary focus on the physical life of a character can free your body, ground your voice in your body, and help you to delve deeper into the inner life of the character. This workshop is very physical and practical. You will also work with a monologue to apply the physical work directly to spoken text.


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DATES: Friday, March 24 & Saturday, March 25, 2017

HOURS: 9:30 am - 5:00 pm

LOCATION: Sirius Theatrical Company Studio - 119 Mimico Ave. in Etobicoke. Location has free parking and is easily accessible by car or TTC.

FEE: $225 + HST

INFO & TO REGISTER: Email: info (at) Phone: 416-236-9011 - Ext. 1


INSTRUCTOR: Christy Heath

CHRISTY HEATHis a certified Laban Movement Analyst and Bartenieff Fundamentals Practitioner as well as a Dance Notator, Instructor and Stage Manager. She was the Artistic Coordinator of George Brown Dance for nine years where she also taught Dance History, Dance Studies, Production and Professional Development. Christy has taught workshops in Laban Movement Studies and Labanotation, as well as dance, for such organizations as Ballet Jorgen Canada, York University, The Randolph Academy, The Peel Board of Education, The Toronto District School Board and The Studio School of Dance. She has been a guest lecturer for York University and Ballet Jorgen Canada and, from 2004 through 2009, she was a rehearsal director of THE NUTCRACKER Youth Cast for Ballet Jorgen Canada.

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