Learn improvisation that makes a difference
Sunday, March 22, 2020
10 am – 4 pm
Carriage House of Unitarian Universalist Congregation of York
950 South Duke Street, York, PA (street parking only)
Join us to learn and practice Playback Theatre, a form of improvisation, storytelling and community building, with the River Crossing Playback Theatre troupe. Led by Lenore Bajare Dukes, Cintra Harbold and Chris Fitz, the workshop will progress from warming up and tuning into our improvisational skills to learning “short forms” portraying emotional dynamics and “long forms” that capture the essence of stories. The workshop will give you tools to be a more fluid improviser, learning, playing and getting to know a passionate cast of community-minded improvisers, with even a delicious break for “afternoon tea.”
Learn a community-building improvisational theatre.
Discover your own stories.
Hone your intuition.
Suggested donation: $25 payable to “Jubilee Arts” by March 14, $35 thereafter.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (717) 382-8292.