Thursday, September 6, 2012

Movement/Writing Workshop hosted by Project: Motion with Juliet Waller Pruzan

Posted By on Thu, Sep 6, 2012 at 1:01 PM

Project: Motion is hosting a unique movement and writing workshop. Here are the deets:


Go Together
The movement and writing will be discovered based on various prompts and initiations. We'll look for the ways we narrate ourselves and the stories we embody. It is suitable for all levels of movers and writers. Bring journals and pen/pencil. Reserve your space by emailing projectmotiondance@gmail.com.

Juliet Waller Pruzan is a dancer, choreographer and playwright who has been living in Seattle since 1992. She has performed her work and the work of others throughout the Northwest and in Europe, Ecuador and Indonesia. In Seattle, her work has been presented at On the Boards’ NWNW Festival, Bumbershoot, Ten Tiny Dances, Buttrock Suites, and Velocity. She danced with Amii LeGendre (1992-2002) and Mary Sheldon Scott (1997-2000). Her plays, most co-written with Bret Fetzer, have been presented at Annex Theater, The Chamber Theater, On the Boards and the Interart Theater (NYC). She has taught youth dance and drama for over 12 years. She has also choreographed and/or directed numerous youth and college theater productions.


Sat. 9/8 at 1pm. Theatreworks
Cost: $11

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