WHAT YOU WANT TO SAY: A CLASS FOR TEXT, VOICE, AND PERSONA
Everyone’s got something to say, this class is designed to tease that out. What do you want to say? How do you say it?
This class is designed for folks who want to develop and hone skills specifically around generating and performing their own texts. We will focus on skills to create performance in live time, working from an embodied place, vocal delivery and developing persona through movement.
Through improvising and writing prompts designed to get at the heart of the material as we create it. There will be opportunities to get individual feedback in a supportive environment. Open to all levels, but students should have a clear interest in wanting to develop their own text.
This class will culminate in an informal performance.
March 18 - May 6, 2019
Mondays from 6pm to 8:30pm, Runs for 8 weeks
Where: The Cabaret at Camp Bar
490 N Robert St, St. Paul
INSTRUCTOR: TERA KILBRIDE
Tera is a performance artist working in character, dance, improvisation, comedy and text. Her work is feminist, zany and deceptively political, and personal. Her classes are open to artists of all disciplines: spoken word artists, dancers, actors, musicians. Her classes are playful, improvisational, physical and text specific. Tera performs, teaches and curates locally and internationally. Tera believes creativity is an essential aspect of life. Whether simply reconnecting to your creative self, discovering who you are an an artist, or working on professional performance-making. She also enjoys helping the non performer fiord their creative voice that will enhance their personal professional endeavors. Tera finds great joy in helping people open the doors! Check out her website
Questions? E-mail our Creative Institute Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.