Moving with organs, and interdisciplinary play

I had an excellent time at Mascall Dance‘s Way Out West intensive last week in Vancouver. I loved the daily somatic-based technique class, experiential anatomy (including initiating movement from lungs, kidneys, etc.), and an interdisciplinary workshop in pop-up performance.

Here are photos by Yvonne Chew of the first day, including a few moments from the first interdisciplinary workshop, where we had ~45 minutes to form groups and come up with something to perform. We tied in movement, sound, text, narrative, music, light and improvisation.

In classes this Fall I look forward to bringing in ideas from the intensive.

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