SITI Company Workshop with Barney O'Hanlon
FoolsFURY is pleased to bring back Anne Bogarts SITI Company! We are especially excited to have SITI Co member Barney O'Hanlan as our instructor.
Whether youre a seasoned professional using the Viewpoints and Suzuki techniques in your own work, or a student new to physical ensemble forms, we have the workshop to build your skills.
New or in need of a brush up? Enroll in the one-day introductory workshop. Want to deepen or return to your Viewpoints/Suzuki practice? Register for the five-day evening intensive.
One-Day Introduction in Viewpoints & Suzuki & Community Reception presented by foolsFURY
When: Sunday, August 4th, 2019, 1:30-6pm, Little Boxes Theater
East Bay or San Francisco, 6pm-10pm, Little Boxes Theater
Instructor: Barney OHanlon
Get back to the basics. This 1-day introductory/review workshop is appropriate for the new student of these disciplines, or any returning student looking to brush up on the fundamentals of Viewpoints and Suzuki training. This introductory/review day counts as prerequisite to the 5-day intensive.
Includes a Community Reception for the last 30 minutes open to the public.
Learn more about the SITI Company's method of training and performance creation. Meet longtime founding SITI company member, Barney OHanlon. Ask your burning questions, connect with other physical ensemble theater enthusiasts. Suitable for anyone curious about theater pedagogy, community and physical ensemble training.
Five-Day Intensive Viewpoints & Suzuki Intensive
When: Monday-Friday August 5-9, 6-10pm
Tues-Friday: Little Boxes Theater: 1661 Tennessee St, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA
Instructor: Barney O'Hanlon
Dig deeper. Expand your expressive range. Surprise yourself. Learn more about Suzuki, Viewpoints and the capacity of your mind and body.
Explore the most up to date SITI training practices with greater depth, ensemble skills and tools for applying physical training with text. Suitable for professional and pre-professional students and anyone with prior Suzuki and Viewpoints training. Intro day counts as prerequisite to the 5-day intensive. We will be learning the new Suzuki 1-6 Basics as practiced by the Tadashi Suzuki Company and SITI Company, as well as using individual text as it relates to The Viewpoints.
Workshop Guidelines and Etiquette:
ARRIVE: 15 minutes early to warm yourself up and get comfortable in the studio. Classes will begin promptly. Food, socializing and chatting unrelated to the training are encouraged at breaks. Water is okay to have in the studio.
PREPARE: If you are enrolled in the 5-day Intensive, please memorize the Chekhov text (see below). The slash marks indicate where and when to breathe. Do not work on emphasis or emotion, simply memorize the words and breath timing. Bring in 10 lines of any text memorized for Viewpoints.
RIGOR: Students should be advised that the classes demand physical agility and endurance. Some conditioning prior to the workshop is recommended. We expect you to take proper care of your own body within the constraints the training presents. Modify if needed. Please contact Deborah at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions/concerns.
BRING: A water bottle, a snack or small meal (we will have a short break but there wont be time to run out to grab something,) and a notebook if you wish to take notes.
TAKING NOTES: It is necessary that all note taking be done at the break or after class.
ATTIRE: Come to class dressed to move for diverse range of movement.
NO jeans, dresses or skirts.
Shorts, tights, or leggings are necessary. During Suzuki, students will be required to wear socks during the class and should wear clothing that shows the contours of the legs and upper body, (e.g. no baggy sweats or flowing movement pants.) You may also wear Japanese tabi. These can be purchased at the hardware store in SFs Japantown, but it is not required (socks are fine.) Bring layers of clothing. Viewpoints classes will be conducted in bare feet.
The Little Boxes Theater
1661 Tennessee St
San Francisco, CA 94107
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|