@ hub14 (14 Markham St., Toronto)
Mondays, April 18 & 25, May 2 & 9
6:30 – 9:30pm
$10 / class
$35 for all 4
Collective Creations will focus on two main areas of theatrical exploration: (i) physical training, and, (ii) collective creation techniques for material generation. The goal of this session of classes is to provide an affordable and accessible space for artists to continue their individual training as well as challenge their understanding of what it means to work in a collective.
Throughout the four weeks, we will, as an ensemble, create a common vocabulary and challenge each other to push past our defaults. These classes will combine vocal improvisation techniques and various movement forms, including aspects of Viewpoints, clown, contemporary dance improv and archetype work. Using the exquisite pressure of time, we will create new, imperfect works destined to fail and find success in the jewels hidden amongst our rubble.
To reserve a spot send an email to email@example.com
Join us Thursday, Feb. 26th from 9pm to 12am as we bring back On and On and On to create stories, art and music in a house that will be completely animated with dance, performance, film and visual art. It’s going to be a blast.
Other artists in attendance are:
Vazari Dance Projects
When: Thursday, February 26
What time: 8pm – 12 midnight
Where: 627 Richmond Street West
PWYC: Suggested $10
Shannon Lea Doyle
After midnight the performances will end but the party will continue with music and dancing.
a field of crowns is pleased to bring together a talented group of artists to host a night of improvised storytelling. The piece, ON AND ON AND ON, is part of Urbanspace’s “THE SHAPE AND FORM OF THE FUTURE” at 401 Richmond, Location 68, during this year’s Scotiabank Nuit Blanche!
ON AND ON AND ON is an experiment in large group storytelling that challenges any audience member who wants to take part to try something they have never done before. How do you tell a story to a room full of strangers? I’m not entirely sure, but with a room full of actors, dancers, visual artists and musicians, I’m sure we can find a way.