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All the moves, all the words, all the shapes, all the feels...

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All the moves, all the words, all the shapes, all the feels...

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January 19 + 20 10:30am-4:30pm
$85 early bird by Dec 20
$100-150 sliding scale after

photo credit: Kevin Monko

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All the moves, all the words, all the shapes, all the feels….
Improvisational Performance Practice with Meg Foley
January 19 + 20 10:30am-4:30pm
$85 early bird by Dec 20 | $100-150 sliding scale after

Join Meg Foley for an intensive weekend of performance and improvisational practice - start with solo movement-based explorations of text usage, emotional expansion, and potential time travel and move into group structures + emergent making. We will dive into movement and talking practices Meg has developed over the past 8 years: move a lot, practice a lot, play a lot, create small performances for one another and do some general feedback-ing.

This workshop is for artists of all disciplines with an intensive interest in the materiality and effect of moving and in taking apart what we mean by dance, or choreography, or embodiment to get closer to what we are actually doing and how we shape that into performance. Space is limited so register early.

Questions? reach out to Meg at art.at.shebang@gmail.com

About Meg:
Meg Foley is a performer and choreographer. She makes dances, events, and objects that explore the materiality of physical and social identity as choreographic form. Always taking things apart to put them back together, her work is influenced by her identity as a queer artist and parent and is rooted in a loving tumble with formalism in dance and what constitutes performance. She recently premiered The undergird (group) in the 2018 Philadelphia Fringe Festival and The undergird (solo) in the 2018 LAX Festival, presented by Los Angeles Performance Practice. megfoley.org

photo credit: The undergird (group) by Kevin Monko