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Acting Intensive in Bali, Indonesia

Posted By Micha Espinosa, Arizona State University Tempe, Tuesday, January 13, 2015


Now accepting Students for Acting Intensive in Bali, Indonesia


Bali Taksu -The Power of Clown

June 15-30, 2015


Every artist in Bali strives for TAKSU. The Balinese define it as the moment when the artist completely surrenders to the form of his or her craft and God appears. This energy has many names and is present in every culture. The Indians call it Rasa and American athletes call it The Zone. It is this divine performance energy that will be explored under the supervision of Master Teachers Aole T. Miller and Micha Espinosa in collaboration with the Master Teachers of Bali. All activities and housing will take place at the Bali Estate Jeeva Saba. The journey towards Taksu begins by climbing Mt. Agung, a 10,000 ft. mountain and the holiest on the island.


o  15-day acting workshop focused on activating the ultimate performance energy of the body.

o  Balinese Dance

o  Kecak Voice

o  Gamelan

o  Balinese Mask

o  Chekhov Technique

o  Clown

o  Grotowski

o  Fitzmaurice Voicework


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