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Keep Your Eye on the Ball: Practices of Looking and Doing in Rhythmic Gymnastics A Workshop

January 29 : 12:00pm – 4:00pm

 January 30: 11:00am – 3:00pm

Cap: 10
Location: GSU GYM, 16 Bancroft Ave.

Register by emailing rebecca.biason@utoronto.ca

This two-day intensive workshop will introduce the technique of aesthetic-based sports, specifically rhythmic gymnastics, to adults with no prior experience.  The workshop will break-down the interdisciplinarity of this hybrid sport/art in an attempt to examine its various components in isolation from one another.  While learning the technique of the ball, hoop, and ribbon, participants will examine the relationship between body and object, and the negotiation of space this relationship creates.  Finally, the workshop will examine the practices of looking and doing: the theoretical versus the practical.  What role does embodiment play in understanding how we engage, that is, how we look at, aesthetic sport?  How does “doing” affect “looking,” and vice versa?

Christine Mazumdar is a choreographer, musician, writer, and arts educator.  She has two degrees from Queen’s University in Drama/Music and a teaching degree from the Artist in Community Education program.  She also holds an M.A. in Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies from the University of Toronto and is currently in her second year of study in the Ph.D. program.  She is a nationally certified rhythmic gymnastics coach and has trained rhythmic gymnasts for over ten years.  Her areas of interest include the athlete as performer, the “language” of movement, circus arts, dance, and other aesthetic sports.


LAMDA Shakespeare Workshop with Rodney Cottier

January 24: 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Location: Performance Studio, 79 St. George Street
Free of Charge
To Register: rsvp.dramacentre@gmail.com

Rodney has over 30 years of experience as a stage director and teacher of stage combat, acting, and text at LAMDA, where he has directed 25 plays from Shakespeare’s canon.

Theatre Dance in the 20th Century with Don Johanson

November 11th, 10am-1pm in the Luella Massey Studio Theatre
Cap: 18

Register by emailing rebecca.biason@utoronto.ca

This workshop focuses on the evolution of theatre dance in the 20th Century, and will include styles of dance from the 20’s, 30’s and 40’s.

Don Johanson;
Off-Broadway, Don choreographed the original production of Sondheim’s Marry Me A Little as well as NYC revivals of The Boys From Syracuse, and Company. He directed and choreographed an acclaimed production of Gershwin’s Lady Be Good and the dance/play Invisible Child which played the Midtown International Theatre Festival. He directed and choreographed the Kopit/Yeston Phantom at Gateway Playhouse and staged South Pacific at the Westchester Broadway Theatre. He also directed Neil Simon’s Rumors for the All Souls Players. Don won the Silver Lemon for directing Screwing Rachel at the Bad Plays Festival in the East Village. As a Broadway performer, Don was in the revival of Tom Stop-pard’s Jumpers and originated roles in George Wolfe’s Jelly’s Last Jam and Tommy Tune’s The Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public. Other Broadway cred-its include Richard Rodgers’ Rex, The American Dance Machine and the magical Mr. Mistoffelees in Cats.
Don has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of South Carolina and he was awarded the Order of the Palmetto by the governor, the highest honor the state of South Carolina can bestow upon a private individual. He is a member of SDC, AEA, and SAG-AFTRA.


Intensive Commedia dell’Arte Workshop with Giangiacomo Colli

Friday 21 and Saturday 22 November, 2014
Times: Fri: 4:00pm – 8:00pm Sat: 11:00am – 3:00pm
Venue: LCR

Comprising consecutive four hour meetings this two-day workshop includes an historical overview, character and mask training, lazzi techniques, and scenario improvisation with space to expand underlying dramaturgical skills. In addition to exploring and developing commedia practices this workshop also forms a natural training complement for students involved in Physical Theatre, Period Style Acting, or Presentational Acting.
Enrollment is limited and restricted to Drama Centre students only.
To reserve a spot email rebecca.biason@utoronto.ca by Nov. 19th.

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