A Fierce Kind of Love, a project of Visionary Voices
Institute on Disabilities at Temple University

Stories in Play.

female actor on floor, peeks through legs of another

April 9
1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Christ Church Neighborhood House

This engaging, interactive workshop, led by the creators of A Fierce Kind of Love, will introduce participants of all abilities and experiences to techniques for bringing personal stories to life in movement, song and performance. Involving many of the methods used to create the play A Fierce Kind of Love, the workshop will include approaches to storytelling, ensemble process and creation, improvisation and group movement.

The environment will be supportive throughout, with a focus on how diverse groups of mixed abilities can come together and form energized, cohesive and creative ensembles. With this in mind, we encourage a wide range of people to attend: students 18 and up, newcomers to performance, experienced artists and performers, educators, and those just curious and interested in a welcoming, imaginative two hours!

This is a free event, but space is limited. Registration is required. Accommodations including ASL interpretation available upon request (two weeks prior to workshop preferred).

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A Fierce Kind of Love has been supported
by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.

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