Mary Overlie: the six viewpoints & horizontal structures
Taught by Mary Overlie with foolsFURY.
A brilliant teacher and innovator, Mary offers a distinct approach to re-conceiving theater, providing a practical and theoretical framework for making compelling, thought-provoking work. Mary teaches basic Viewpoints at her lab in the NYU Experimental Theater Wing, but rarely offers intermediate/advanced courses for the general public.
New Course Approach: This course will focus on Horizontal Structures for making theater, resources for making theater and performance skills. We will deconstruct theater and look at the myriad possibilities that arise once we let go of our basic preconceptions about narrative and character. The workshop will challenge your known perceptions, spark your creativity, and empower you with new ways of relating to other performers and the audience.
About Mary Overlie
MARY OVERLIE has had a long and respected career as a performer, choreographer, teacher and theater collaborator working extensively in both the United States and Europe. Ms Overlie is a founder of: Danspace at St. Mark's Church a dance presenting organization and theater in New York; Movement Research, a dance co-operative now in its twenty fifth year of operation, sponsoring workshops and presenting performances serving the community of New York City dancer; The Experimental Theatre Wing; a studio in the department of Undergraduate Drama Tisch School of the Arts; The Pro Series, experimental dance workshops designed for the Tanz Wochen the summer dance festival of Vienna.
Dates: (3) days: Saturday & Sunday, July 20 & 21, Monday, July 22
Hours: (11.5 hrs) Sat/Sun 10:30-2:30, Mon/6-9:30pm
Location: NOHspace, 2840 Mariposa St, San Francisco, 94110 or TBA
-$220/Continuing foolsFURY Students $220 use code: FFOVERLIE
Bring/Prep: water, notebook, pen, your imagination
Wear: comfortable clothing that allows for movement.
Contact: Debórah Eliezer with any questions you may have at: email@example.com
NOH Space Theater (View)
2840 Mariposa Street
San Francisco, CA 94110