CREATING SHADOW THEATRE Movement Lab on Feb. 25 at Solasta Theatre Lab

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Solasta Theatre Lab invites Cincinnati artists of all mediums and skill sets to come create, risk and play during our FREE open movement labs! As many of us are aware, as artists we crave the chance to connect and create with one another, especially through movement & puppet theatre. Whether the monthly lab is focused on devising through movement, puppet techniques, shadow work, contemporary puppet theatre or specific physical theatre techniques, it will be a space for anyone of any level to participate!

This monthly movement lab will be a 2-hr FREE movement lab, with the suggested donation of $10. In addition, there will be a 15-min happy hour after every lab for participating artists to digest and connect about what was discovered during the time of play. We invite you to come and move with meraki with us!

NEXT IN OUR OPEN MOVEMENT LAB: “Creating Shadow Theatre – Part 1

WHEN: Monday, February 25, 2019 at 8–9:30PM

WHERE: Contemporary Dance Theater; 1805 Larch Ave, Cincinnati 45224

WHAT: In this workshop we will discover the mysterious world of shadows and the Introduction techniques involved in this style of Puppet and Physical Theatre. We will work on body plastics, placement on the screen and different physical team exercises to help us strengthen our non-verbal form of storytelling through shadow theatre. This is a style that has no limits and boundaries are set only within our imaginations. Come play and create art with by mixing Puppet and Physical Theatre together.

Please be dressed in form-fitting clothing (non-baggy) that allows you to move and bring a light source or two to play with (flashlight, UV lamp, lasers, different color LED lights, etc.)

Taught by: Solasta Theatre Lab co-founder, Daniela Nenova

Solasta Theatre Lab, founded by Erin Carr & Daniela Nenova strives to offer a free movement workshop at least once a month. This is our workshop for February.

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