Time: June 3, 2010 to June 24, 2010
Location: Double Edge Theatre-The Farm
Street: 948 Conway Road
Website or Map: http://www.doubleedgetheatre.…
Phone: (413) 628-0277
Event Type: training
Organized By: Double Edge Theatre
Latest Activity: Jun 7, 2010
Double Edge Theatre – the Farm
Summer Training Intensive: June 3-24
Train with Double Edge - one of the longest running laboratory ensemble theatre companies in the US (founded in 1982) - at our rural/international center in the bucolic hills of western Massachusetts. 12-14 hours daily of physical training, vocal training, work with objects, music, dramaturgy, design, improvisation, imagery, and ensemble creation. Engage deeply with presence, awareness, energy, and imagination. Participants create individual and ensemble etudes, work indoors as well as create site-specific work.
For Actors, Directors, Designers, Dramaturgs, Playwrights, Multi-Discipline Artists
Tuition: $2,950 Includes Housing, Meals, Local Transportation- Scholarships available
video link: Double Edge documentary trailer
Contact: Matthew Glassman 413-628-0277, firstname.lastname@example.org http://doubleedgetheatre.org/intensive.php
WHAT OTHERS HAVE SAID:
"The training was relentless, musical, wildly imaginative, exhausting, exhilarating, whimsical, spiritual, uncompromising.”"
David Chambers, Professor Yale School of Drama
"Double Edge Theatre's artistic vision encourages people to wake up, in every sense, with their brains and bodies and spirits. Within this company, there is a space for self-exploration and expression unequaled in any other theatre."
Seth Bockley, Performer/Director/Writer, Chicago
"With Double Edge's unique approach and mastery, we came away with an increased grasp of our own artistry. I know of no other place or people so consistently able to spur such amazing growth."
Rich VanSchowen, Artisitc Director, q-staff theatre, Albuquerque
"When I experienced this process the first time, I felt alive as never before. There was a surge of energy which did not only extend to physical abilities, but to other areas as well - how I related to others, how some loose ends in my creative work might come together. There was an invigoration on all levels."
Susannah Schaup, Writer, Performer, Vienna, Austria