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Summer Intensive in Bali , Indonesia

Posted By Micha Espinosa, Arizona State University Tempe, Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Dear Colleagues,

 

I'm writing to update you on -- or to introduce you to -- an exciting summer intensive available to you and your students, Bali Taksu: The Power of Clown. You can learn more about our program here: Balitaksu.org.

 

We are now accepting applications for the June 11-26th workshop, which includes:

o   Balinese Dance

o   Kecak Voice

o   Gamelan

o   Balinese Mask

o   Chekhov Technique

o   Clown

o   Grotowski

o   Fitzmaurice Voicework

o   Yoga

o   Internships & College Credit Avaiable

 

Attached is a digital postcard advertising the features of our program. Please feel free to contact me or Aole Miller (dreamshavewings@gmail.com) with any questions about the program.

 

Thank you for your consideration and all best wishes for 2016!

 

Sincerely,

 

Micha Espinosa

 

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Micha Espinosa

Arizona State University

School of Film, Dance, and Theatre

Associate Professor

Barret Honors Faculty

Director of Diversity and Inclusion – Fitzmaurice Institute

Monologues for Latino/a Actors

Program Coordinator Bali Taksu

micha.espinosa@asu.edu

 

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Seeking Panelists - Integration in Acting Training

Posted By Kristi Dana, SMU, Meadows School of the Arts, Saturday, October 31, 2015
Voice/Movement/Acting: 
Can or should the divisionist model survive in an integrating world?
Chaired by Scott Miller, Graduate Acting Program at NYU | Tisch School of the Arts 
Seeking presenters from various disciplines including (but not limited to) Voice, Movement and Acting to form a Panel Discussion/Roundtable exploring Integration in Acting Training. The discussion will focus on whether the traditional conservatory actor training approach, whereby disciplines are divided into the departments of Acting, Movement and Voice, is still the most effective and efficient model for actor training in America.

Areas of discussion may include: the history of how the divisionist model came to be, the roles of voice/speech, movement and acting teaching professionals in the traditional model, the changing landscape of education in general and how that might effect models moving forward, how/if integration serves breaking down old barriers and how can the teaching professional navigate this evolution "safely."

If interested in contributing, please forward a short bio, contact information, and an abstract of your perspective/how you might contribute as part of this panel to Kristi Dana at kristi.dana@gmail.com no later than 12pm on Sunday, November 1st.  Feel free to email for further question and/or to share ideas.

Sincerely,                                                                                           

Kristi Dana
kristi.dana@gmail.com
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Adjunct Associate Professor, Voice & Speech, Acting
MFA, MA, BFA Programs
Long Island University, Post 

Miller Voice Method (mVm), Teaching Apprentice (2014-2016), 
mentored by Scott Miller, hosted in part at the 
Graduate Acting Program at NYU | Tisch School of the Arts 
(http://millervoicemethod.com/)

Officer, ATHE Conference Planner for VASTA, 2015-2017
Voice and Speech Trainers Association

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