Theatre Y Community Bash
THEATRE Y is celebrating its MEMBERS!
November 3rd, 2019 / 6:30pm at 4546. N. Western
Once a year we throw a party just for our members, old and new! It is a chance to embrace you and thank you for all that you do! It is a chance for you to meet each other - because Theatre Y Members are some pretty amazing people! It is a chance for us to tell you what is next and to further investigate your interests and appetites...
But most of all, it is a PARTY FOR YOU - with food, wine, beer, cocktails, and Adrian's entire record collection! BRING A RECORD to play if you wish! Joe Barabe's Camino Photograph Exhibit is still on the walls at The Ready!
This is not a fundraiser, it's a PARTY!
There's so much to tell you about the future!
Let's hang out!
Something has happened this year. A QUORUM has been reached.
A critical community has formed at Theatre Y.
We want to know you and for you to know each other!
Thank you for the miracle of community.
It exists because we believe in it, and we believe in it because we make it happen.
Not a member yet? We can fix that!
Suzuki Classes are each Tuesday from 7:00-8:30pm in the Gym of Lawrence Hall (4833 N Francisco Ave, Chicago)
STARTING ON TUESDAY SEPT 10TH SUZUKI WILL BE FROM 7:30-9:00pm
Drop in as much as you're able, anytime! Pay what you can! ($15 suggested)
Join Theatre Y for ongoing physical training sessions aiming to foster community in an 'actor's playground.' The training is for all who practice 'a beginner's mind.'
Based in the work of Tadashi Suzuki, Shogo Ohta, and Pacific Performance Project/East, this training helps the actor by engaging in body and imagination as one. With influences including Samurai warrior conditioning, modern dance, Alexander technique among many others, the process brings the expansive imagination of the American actor into their full body, starting from the feet.
The practice asks the actor to find stability when thrown off balance, breath when physically challenged, precision, and strength all through the lens of performance. Training utilizes formal sequence or kata, improvisation, music, text, and time.
Aspects of training include formal sequences (katas), Slow Tempo, Ki training, and less structured movement narratives
Dress in clothes to move in, Tabi or durable socks
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WHEN: The First Saturday of each month @10AM
WHERE: Theatre Y (The Ready 4546 N Western)
LENGTH: 45 minutes
This completely free monthly program will aim to bring children and parents from the Lincoln Square community together for a lively performance that incorporates books, music, and improvisation, followed by food, drink, and conversation with our audience.
Recommended for ages 6 and under but ALL AGES WELCOME! Come play with us!
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