Tuesday, July 25th, 2017

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THE WAITING ROOM By Jack Pepper

THE WAITING ROOM By Jack Pepper
A woman working for the Company arrives at the waiting room and meets a man who thinks he recognizes her. Has this happened before? Is this the first time they have crossed paths? Here in the waiting room she is forced to confront more than she asked for.

Thursday, July 13th at 7pm
Monday, July 17th at 7pm
Saturday, July 22nd at 1pm
Tuesday, July 25th at 9pm
 
THE WAITING ROOM will perform with the following plays on these days:
 
Thursday, July 13th at 7pm
 
   
 
Monday, July 17th at 7pm
 
   
 
Saturday, July 22nd at 1pm
 
   
 
Tuesday, July 25th at 9pm
 
   
 
Tickets: $25 Online, $27 at the Box Office
Premium Seats (Rows A-F): $30 Online, $35 at the Box Office
 
At the Theatre at St. Clement's
423 West 46th Street, NYC
Between 9th & 10th Avenue

Thursday, July 13th at 7:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Thursday, July 13th at 7:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Monday, July 17th at 7:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Monday, July 17th at 7:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Saturday, July 22nd at 1:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Saturday, July 22nd at 1:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 9:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 9:00 PMPrice: $30.00

ON BECOMING A MARINE By Betsy Newberry

ON BECOMING A MARINE By Betsy Newberry
Take a trip back to 1968, Parris Island, South Carolina, and learn what it was like for a woman to become a Marine during the height of the Viet Nam War.
 
Thursday, July 13th at 9pm
Tuesday, July 18th at 7pm
Saturday, July 22th at 9pm
Tuesday, July 25th at 7pm
 
 
 
ON BECOMING A MARINE will play with the following plays on the these days:
 
Thursday, July 13th at 9pm
 
   
 
Tuesday, July 18th at 7pm
 
   
 
Saturday, July 22nd at 9pm
 
   
 
Tuesday, July 25th at 7pm
 
   
 
Tickets: $25 Online, $27 at the Box Office
Premium Seats (Rows A-F): $30 Online, $35 at the Box Office
 
At the Theatre at St. Clement's
423 West 46th Street, NYC
Between 9th & 10th Avenue

Thursday, July 13th at 9:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Thursday, July 13th at 9:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Tuesday, July 18th at 7:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Tuesday, July 18th at 7:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Saturday, July 22nd at 9:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Saturday, July 22nd at 9:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 7:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 7:00 PMPrice: $30.00

TYPE CAST By Adam Delia

TYPE CAST By Adam Delia
Five Flights Theater Company
Directed by Adam Delia
Featuring: Jess Carillo & Lenny Thomas
 
When Lana, a young Italian American Acting student, wakes up with her Teacher’s Assistant Varrick, she thinks she’s finally got the man of her dreams, except he doesn’t want her to tell anyone from school and Lana isn’t the type to say the smartest things.
 
It’s bad enough to be type cast or stereo typed in everyday life, but after waking up together, Lana and Varrick find out they are guilty of type casting each other.
 
Thursday, July 13th at 9pm
Sunday, July 16th at 7pm
Saturday, July 22nd at 9pm
Tuesday, July 25th at 7pm
 
TYPE CAST will play with the following plays on these days:
 
Thursday, July 13th at 9pm
 
   
 
Sunday, July 16th at 7pm
 
   
 
Saturday, July 22nd at 9pm
 
   
 
Tuesday, July 25th at 7pm
 
   
 
Tickets: $25 Online, $27 at the Box Office
Premium Seats (Rows A-F): $30 Online, $35 at the Box Office
 
At the Theatre at St. Clement's
423 West 46th Street, NYC
Between 9th & 10th Avenue

Thursday, July 13th at 9:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Thursday, July 13th at 9:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Sunday, July 16th at 7:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Sunday, July 16th at 7:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Saturday, July 22nd at 9:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Saturday, July 22nd at 9:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 7:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 7:00 PMPrice: $30.00

OFF WITH THE HEAD By Xavier Damon

OFF WITH THE HEAD By Xavier Damon
Directed by Melissa Maney

Is an absurdist styled comedy about quite possibly the worst king in history. 
 
Friday, July 14th at 9pm
Sunday, July 16th at 7pm
Thursday, July 20th at 7pm
Tuesday, July 25th at 9pm
 
Tickets: $25 Online, $27 at the Box Office
Premium Seats (Rows A-F): $30 Online, $35 at the Box Office
 
 
At the Theatre at St. Clement's
423 West 46th Street, NYC
Between 9th & 10th Avenue
 
 
ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT:
 
Xavier Damnon (Playwright/OFF WITH THE HEAD) is a writer with ten self-published books, though only one of them consists of plays. He used to write plays quite a long time ago, though since then he has written fiction instead, until writing “Off With The Head” recently. “The plays I wrote in the past were not penned thinking of them as something whose ultimate goal was performance upon a stage. They were written in terms of plays as literature, not as theatre, where the presentation on a stage as a live event really didn’t seem to me would add much more to them than the reading of them as a story in play form. Because I viewed them as literature, not theatre, none of the realities of a production that would be staged or time requirements in terms of that were considered. The only one of them that was at all realistically feasible for being performed was a short one-act entitled “The Amnesiac” and it actually appeared in The Strawberry One-Act Festival several years ago. When writing “Off With The Head” I could tell it was developing differently than previous plays and was something where seeing it performed would be a much different experience than the mere reading of it. His published books are: “Dawn,” “What a Wonderful World,” “Xavier Cockroachal Damon’s, Um, Entirely Fictitious Autobiography,” “Welcome to the Idiot Box: Stories, Essays, Self-help Wisdom,” “Love Is What Will Make an Immortal Die: Also Includes Waiting for Godotal and Future Uncertain, Self-sedition, No Reason, Rhyme and The Mystery of the Missing Dead and Sojourn Within the Shadow Night” and a book of plays, “Dog Years Within the Curse of 7. Six Plays, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1...Zero”, written under the pen name Xavier Cockroachal Damon. Other books include: “Postcards from the Wasteland,” “Welcome to Nowhereland (5 Stories),” “The Chronicles of the Adventures of Man-Man, Defender of Man: Books 1 and 2: (Episodes 1-10) ” and “Self Extermination. Sounds Like a Plan: Also Includes Give Me a Burger and Hold the Fries and Brain Circus and (3 Essays About Donald J. Trump), The Adventures of Man-Man and Soliloquy to My Soul” written under the pen name Aaron Aaronson.

Friday, July 14th at 9:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Friday, July 14th at 9:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Sunday, July 16th at 7:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Sunday, July 16th at 7:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Thursday, July 20th at 7:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Thursday, July 20th at 7:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 9:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 9:00 PMPrice: $30.00

SELF YELP By Emily Thomas & Helene Ellford

SELF YELP By Emily Thomas & Helene Ellford

The lives of various NYC Yelp reviewers intertwine as we learn about the joy and frustration they experience via their Yelp reviews.  Five stars. Inspired by true events and written and performed by Emily Thomas and Helene Ellford.
 
Friday, July 14th at 9pm
Tuesday, July 18th at 7pm
Saturday, July 22nd at 7pm
Tuesday, July 25th at 9pm
 
Tickets: $25 Online, $27 at the Box Office
Premium Seats (Rows A-F): $30 Online, $35 at the Box Office
 
At the Theatre at St. Clement's
423 West 46th Street, NYC
Between 9th & 10th Avenue
 
 
ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHTS:
 
Emily Thomas (Co-Playwright/Self Yelp): Toronto-born and L.A.-reared, Emily Thomas began her career by working in production on shows including MTV’s Popzilla and Russell Simmons’ Def Comedy Jam. After finishing her English Specialist degree at University of Toronto, she moved to New York in 2012 to delve into indie filmmaking and writing sketches. 
 
Helene Ellford (Co-Playwright/Self Yelp): is a comedy writer and performer based in NYC.  Her work has been featured on FunnyorDie.com, Brokelyn.com, in the iO West Funny Women Festival, Boston Comedy Arts Festival, NYC Improv Festival, New York Musical Improv Festival, IndieFest (Time Out NY Critic's Pick) and the NYC Indie Film Festival.  Alum UCB & The PIT.  

Friday, July 14th at 9:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Friday, July 14th at 9:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Tuesday, July 18th at 7:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Tuesday, July 18th at 7:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Saturday, July 22nd at 7:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Saturday, July 22nd at 7:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 9:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 9:00 PMPrice: $30.00

BISCUITS By Sacha Elie

BISCUITS By Sacha Elie
A young women’s self exploration through love, ghosts and Red Lobster Biscuits.
 
Saturday, July 15th at 3pm
Sunday, July 16th at 3pm
Saturday, July 22nd at 7pm
Tuesday, July 25th at 9pm
 
Tickets: $25 Online, $27 at the Box Office
Premium Seats (Rows A-F): $30 Online, $35 at the Box Office
 
At the Theatre at St. Clement's
423 West 46th Street, NYC
Between 9th & 10th Avenue
 
 
ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT:
 
SACHA ELIE is a classically trained Haitian American actress, writer, and playwright with credits expanding in stage, film and television. Sacha’s career as a writer began with her first film, “Clara” which was accepted into the critically acclaimed, International Black Women’s Film festival. Some of Sacha’s credits include performing in, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Williamstown Theater Festival)A Winter’s Tale, (New Jersey Shakespeare Festival), Red Noses, (The Actors Gang), Fabulation or the Re-Education of Undine (West Coast Ensemble), The Revenger’s Tragedy, Trash Story, and Praca Roosevelt, (UCLA’s School of Theater Film and Television), and most recently in the upcoming digital series: #WhoIsFrankyB.?!?. She is also a member of Tim Robbins, award winning theater company, The Actors Gang in Los Angeles, CA. Sacha is a recent M.F.A. graduate from UCLA's School of Theater Film and Television. She is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA, and AEA. Curious about Sacha? Visit www.SachaElie.com. 

Saturday, July 15th at 3:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Saturday, July 15th at 3:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Sunday, July 16th at 3:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Sunday, July 16th at 3:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Saturday, July 22nd at 7:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Saturday, July 22nd at 7:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 9:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 9:00 PMPrice: $30.00

THIS WAY OUT By Annie Rosenberg

THIS WAY OUT By Annie Rosenberg

The last thing Nelson Ferreira expects when he gets home from school is the shocking news that his family are illegal aliens who’ve just found out that they’re being deported in less than a week.  Nelson’s furious at this parents and has no intention of leaving his friends, his home and his city to go live on some backwater island.   But he quickly discovers, intentions and reality are often worlds apart.  In This Way Out, we follow Nelson’s heartbreaking journey through anger, fear and grief as he struggles to accept his fate.
 
 
Saturday, July 15th at 9pm
Thursday, July 20th at 9pm
Tuesday, July 25th at 7pm
Wednesday, July 26th at 9pm
 
Tickets: $25 Online, $27 at the Box Office
Premium Seats (Rows A-F): $30 Online, $35 at the Box Office
 
At the Theatre at St. Clement's
423 West 46th Street, NYC
Between 9th & 10th Avenue
 
ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT:
 
Anne Rosenberg (Playwright/THIS WAY OUT) is a writer and editor whose work has appeared in Jelly Bucket, Reader’s Digest, Stone Highway Review, Double Reed, the Four-Cornered Universe, the Toronto Star, the National Post, Marketing, Upbeat, Beach-Riverdale Mirror and Mind, Body and Spirit. She divides her time between Ontario and the Azores, where she and her photographer husband spin their stories.
 
I've been welcomed into a really fun and challenging experience of The Strawberry One-Act Festival. They’ve welcomed me and given me support on so many levels. I wrote This Way Out ten years after reading a newspaper article in 2006, which described one family’s deportation to the Azores from Toronto. As a mother and her teenage son were taken to their flight, the boy’s girlfriend reached out for him, crying. Over the years, I wondered what had happened to the boy and his family. I clipped out articles and scribbled down the barest threads of ideas, not knowing what form they would take. In 2012 and 2015, I traveled to the Azores with my husband, a Canadian-Azorean, to work on writing and photography projects. During that year, I began researching the deportations in earnest, interviewing some of the families, though I never found the teenage boy.
 
Winning the Best Play award would allow me to further polish This Way Out and expand it into a full-length play. I hope Nelson’s story moves people, scares them a little. And I hope it spurs them to action. In a full-length version of the play, I wouldn’t want to see Nelson again; I’d want to hear the stories of the deportees who have been there for years. Until then, I’m writing more plays, more stories. I don’t ever want to stop working.   

Saturday, July 15th at 9:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Saturday, July 15th at 9:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Thursday, July 20th at 9:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Thursday, July 20th at 9:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 7:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 7:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Wednesday, July 26th at 9:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Wednesday, July 26th at 9:00 PMPrice: $30.00

THE TALE OF SAN MERAUX By Robert Briksza

THE TALE OF SAN MERAUX By Robert Briksza
San Meraux is a billionaire villain who is too smart for his own good.  He has built a laser Cannon The Merauxvian II and he plans to use it to take over the world.  The only thing in his way is the super Hero Hyperion, who has one weakness, the beauty that is San Meraux’s right hand man, Artemis.
 
Saturday, July 15th at 9pm
Thursday, July 20th at 7pm
Saturday, July 22nd at 1pm
Tuesday, July 25th at 7pm
 
Tickets: $25 Online, $27 at the Box Office
Premium Seats (Rows A-F): $30 Online, $35 at the Box Office
 
 
 
At the Theatre at St. Clement's
423 West 46th Street, NYC
Between 9th & 10th Avenue
 
 
ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT:
 
Bobby Briksza is the writer and director of the one act play, The Tale of San Meraux, premiering at the Strawberry One Act Festival in July of 2017. Spending his formative high school years dabbling in the arts and writing plays for his high school competitions, Bobby has received many awards for his acting prowess, and was even named best actor in his graduating class by his peers. Today, Bobby is a jack of all trades whose resume features app development, many hours of lab work, two years of New York City bartending experience.

Saturday, July 15th at 9:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Saturday, July 15th at 9:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Thursday, July 20th at 7:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Thursday, July 20th at 7:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Saturday, July 22nd at 1:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Saturday, July 22nd at 1:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 7:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 7:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 10AM - Introduction to Screen Acting for Musical Theatre Performers

Introduction to Screen Acting for Musical Theatre Performers Workshop with Rebecca Larkin





This workshop will address the key differences between working on stage and on screen. 
 
Opposite worst case scenarios:
 
1) Live between the lines, not on the line, the opposite of Shakespeare;
 
2) Opposite from singing in that you must release at the emotional climax versus control during it.
 
3) Credibility/ "believability" is the most important thing to establish. Learn the terminology used in Film. Actors will be given lines to prepare to do in class On-Camera and receive feedback.
 

Rebecca Larkin: Credits include: Broadway: South Pacific, National Tour: Avenue Q, Twice Charmed; directed by Bartlett Sher, Jason Moore, Eric Schaeffer, Joe Calarco, etc.
 
Tuesday, July 25 2017 at 10am – 12pm 

Class: $45 Day of Class: $50 Audit: $25 Class Limit: 25

Tuesday, July 25th at 10:00 AMPrice: $45.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 10:00 AMPrice: $50.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 10:00 AMPrice: $25.00

KIMBERLY VAUGHN PERFORMANCE STUDIO ~ AUDITION ESSENTIALS

With AUDITION ESSENTIALS, you’ll walk into your auditions with the tools to own the room, command the space and claim your success every time.

This workshop is designed to ensure you succeed in your auditions by laying down the foundation both technically and interpretively for getting the callback and booking the job. That may not be the case when you are busy judging yourselves and the casting director’s reactions during your auditions. With your AE tools to guide you, your audition process will ‘invite’ the table to join you on your journey. As your presence in the room increases so will your booking rate. Join Kimberly Vaughn, Broadway performance coach, regional director and triple Tony-Award nominated producer for the workshop that will transform the way you audition, the way you are perceived in the audition room and ultimately your career success. Accelerate your momentum. Capture the essence of successful auditioning in AUDITION ESSENTIALS.

              

"Audition Essentials completely changed my outlook and confidence in the audition room. It really aided in fine tuning the basic audition procedures.” Jared Young,Favorite Son, American Idiot Tour.
 
 
Kimberly Vaughn is a New York City-based performance coach with extensive experience in acting, directing, producing, dramaturgy, writing and teaching. She founded the Kimberly Vaughn Performance Studio in 1993, where she offers a variety of classes and workshops. She has also taught at the Warren Robertson Studio, Circle in the Square Theatre School, Pace University and at various musical theatre departments throughout the U.S. Many actors who work with Kimberly have gone on to book roles on Broadway and in national tours and regional theatre productions.
 
Tuesday, July 25th 12pm-4pm
Theatre at St. Clement’s (Parish Hall)
423 West 46th St, NYC
Between 9th & 10th Avenue

Class: $75  Audit: $35  Class Limit: 7

Tuesday, July 25th at 12:00 PMPrice: $65.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 12:00 PMPrice: $35.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 12pm - Playmaking- The Art of Collaborative Storytelling

Playmaking- The Art of Collaborative Storytelling with Eric Grayson
 
In this workshop, students take a hands on approach to creating a play.  Students will explore the art of collaborative storytelling through familiar games and cooperate to create a story.  They will examine story structure, particular through Joseph Campbell's theories of mono-myth.  Other structures, styles, and genres will be explored and identified as students learn to think of stories in terms of format.  Script format will be explored, in terms of industry standards and expectations as well as how to evoke emotion, capture a moment, captivate an audience.  Students will learn to write effective scenes, and think about what those scenes will look like on stage.  The workshop will explore how staging effects script writing and what we communicate. 
 
 
Eric Grayson is a Native New Yorker.  He began studying Acting at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute when he was 7, he studied there for 10 years and left to pursue a BFA in Acting at CW Post.  His film debut, as the titular character in the 1999 short film "Billy Twist" screened at Sundance Film Festival.  He has appeared in countless films and stage plays since.  Most recently, he played Apollo in the Alpha NYC's 2015 production of The Hysterical History of the Trojan War, Eric also had a 4 year run with the New York City Cast of the Rocky Horror Picture Show, as Eddie.  In recent years Eric has shifted focus to writing and teaching.  He has written In Kensington Gardens, nominated for production in 2015 with the Abstract Sentiment Theatre, Alice in Birdland, currently in pre-production with Frank Sanchez Musicals, Warp Speed Dating, a short, produced by the Alpha NYC in 2015, and Courted which was produced by the Alpha NYC in 2016.  He is currently pursuing a Masters in Educational Theatre.  Last year, he taught Playwriting, Improv, and Mask at French Woods Festival Summer Camp for the Arts.  This year he is also directing a show in the Strawberry One-Act Festival, Treffpunkt, by former FWF student Natalie Lifson. 
 
Tuesday, July 25th at 12pm – 2pm 
At the Theatre at St. Clement’s
423 West 46th Street, NYC

Fee:
 $55 Online Day of Class: $60 (Cash Only)

Class limit: 20
 


Tuesday, July 25th at 12:00 PMPrice: $55.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 12:00 PMPrice: $60.00

Tuesday, July 25, 2017 at 7pm

Tuesday, July 25, 2017 at 7pm
  • ON BECOMING A MARINE By Betsy Newberry 
  • THIS WAY OUT by Annie Rosenberg 
  • THE TALE OF SAN MERAUX by Robert Briksza
  • TYPE CAST by Adam Delia

     

Tuesday, July 25th at 7:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 7:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 4pm - Mask Acting with Eric Grayson

Mask Acting with Eric Grayson
 
In this workshop, students explore the art of acting through mask.  Students will work with neutral masks and character masks and explore how hiding their face opens up the rest of their body.  Students will use mask as a launching point for working on character body.  Students will create characters and explore how this method of physical exploration opens them to new realizations.  Students will immerse themselves in a character's identity and ask the question "How does concealing our face open us up to a character's truth?"
 
 
Eric Grayson is a Native New Yorker.  He began studying Acting at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute when he was 7, he studied there for 10 years and left to pursue a BFA in Acting at CW Post.  His film debut, as the titular character in the 1999 short film "Billy Twist" screened at Sundance Film Festival.  He has appeared in countless films and stage plays since.  Most recently, he played Apollo in the Alpha NYC's 2015 production of The Hysterical History of the Trojan War, Eric also had a 4 year run with the New York City Cast of the Rocky Horror Picture Show, as Eddie.  In recent years Eric has shifted focus to writing and teaching.  He has written In Kensington Gardens, nominated for production in 2015 with the Abstract Sentiment Theatre, Alice in Birdland, currently in pre-production with Frank Sanchez Musicals, Warp Speed Dating, a short, produced by the Alpha NYC in 2015, and Courted which was produced by the Alpha NYC in 2016.  He is currently pursuing a Masters in Educational Theatre.  Last year, he taught Playwriting, Improv, and Mask at French Woods Festival Summer Camp for the Arts.  This year he is also directing a show in the Strawberry Festival, Treffpunkt, by former FWF student Natalie Lifson.
 
Tuesday, July 25th 4pm – 6pm
At the Theatre at St. Clement’s
423 West 46th Street, NYC

Fee:
 $55 Day of Class: $60 (Cash Only)
 
Class Limit: 15

Eric Grayson is a Native New Yorker.  He began studying Acting at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute when he was 7, he studied there for 10 years and left to pursue a BFA in Acting at CW Post.  His film debut, as the titular character in the 1999 short film "Billy Twist" screened at Sundance Film Festival.  He has appeared in countless films and stage plays since.  Most recently, he played Apollo in the Alpha NYC's 2015 production of The Hysterical History of the Trojan War, Eric also had a 4 year run with the New York City Cast of the Rocky Horror Picture Show, as Eddie.  In recent years Eric has shifted focus to writing and teaching.  He has written In Kensington Gardens, nominated for production in 2015 with the Abstract Sentiment Theatre, Alice in Birdland, currently in pre-production with Frank Sanchez Musicals, Warp Speed Dating, a short, produced by the Alpha NYC in 2015, and Courted which was produced by the Alpha NYC in 2016.  He is currently pursuing a Masters in Educational Theatre.  Last year, he taught Playwrighting, Improv, and Mask at French Woods Festival Summer Camp for the Arts.  This year he is also directing a show in the Strawberry Festival, Treffpunkt, by former FWF student Natalie Lifson. 

Tuesday, July 25th at 4:00 PMPrice: $55.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 4:00 PMPrice: $60.00

Tuesday, July 25, 2017 at 9pm

Tuesday, July 25, 2017 at 9pm
  • THE WAITING ROOM by Jack Pepper
  • OFF WITH THE HEAD by Xavier Damon
  • BISCUITS by Sacha Elie
  • SELF YELP by Emily Thomas & Helene Ellford

        

Tuesday, July 25th at 9:00 PMPrice: $25.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 9:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Biodynamic Movement Workshop:

Ali Fischer’s Biodynamic Movement: Movement of Wholeness, a vigorous and restful movement session that invites a sense of completeness with oneself and unity with one's surroundings.  This class uses craniosacral meditation techniques, somatic yoga, and guided movement exercises to explore how we can develop our perception of our body's fluid nature with a strong focus on the connective tissue/fascial system.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017 at 4pm-6pm
Theatre at St. Clement’s, (Parish Hall)
423 West 46th St, NYC

Class: $30 Online, Day of Workshop: $35
Class Limit: 25


 
 
Ali Fischer graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2015 with a MA in Dance and
Somatic Well-Being from the University of Central Lancashire (Britain). As a
licensed manual/movement educator, she coalesces her skills in massage
therapy, craniosacral therapy, yoga instructing, modern dance, and osteopathic
myofascial training to create an integrated somatic practice for her
clients/students. Ali has maintained a private practice as a bodyworker since
1998 and has danced professionally, creating her own work and dancing for
various choreographers in the USA, since 1996. For more info, please visit
www.BiodynamicMovement.com


Tuesday, July 25th at 4:00 PMPrice: $30.00

Tuesday, July 25th at 4:00 PMPrice: $35.00

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