No tricks here, only treats! Believe that this workshop is a treat, if you are looking to strengthen your performance muscles. Performance artist and badass burlesque performer, Victoria Libertore, is teaching her "Artist In Action" performance workshop using archetypal energy work which includes tuning into intuition, using your body and movement to express ideas and emotions, utilizing space on stage and much more.
Ms. Libertore, also known as "Howlin' Vic," is an expert in creating on stage marvels, most recently producing and starring in her one-woman show, "Girl Meat," about Countess Elizabeth Bathory, the most prolific female serial killer in history. I took her goddess burlesque workshop earlier this year and I continually use her techniques as I develop as an artist. She will help you find things within yourself that you didn't know existed and it's a magical space to connect with other budding artists.
Details are below, enjoy!
PERFORMANCE WORKSHOP: Artist in ActionTuesday Nights in November: November 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th 7:00 - 9:30 p.m. Location: BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange
421 Fifth Avenue (between 7th & 8th St.)
Registration: Limited to eight. No drop-ins.
Sign up with BAX: 718-832-0018
Develop your own performance piece using Victoria Libertore's unique method of archetypal energy work.
In this five-week workshop, you will learn a foundation for creating an original performance using tools of physical theatre, archetypal energy, intuition, character exploration and imagery. Each participant creates original material and builds on it from week to week. There will be group exercises as well as time for each person to present work. All types of performers are welcome: solo, collaborations, text-based and movement-based. The workshop will be a safe and warm environment for you to express your creativity and walk away with performance-ready material. All levels of experience are welcome. Whether you are a novice that is new to making your own creative work or a pro that wants to refine your skills, you will benefit from these tools and from watching each others' journeys as artists in action. Maximum of eight participants.