A Song We All Sing: Devising for the Stage

Join us as we create an entirely original piece of theatre! We begin by searching for something that sparks the creativity of the group. It could be IMG 1781as simple as a picture, a song, or even a word. Then, through writing, improvisation, movement, and more, we will will craft a piece for the stage.

We are looking for painters, musicians, dancers, sculptors, and creatives of all types to help us make something exciting and new. Prior performance experience is not a requirement for this workshop, so we hope you'll bring any and all your talents to A Song We All Sing.

Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Mark Macey has studied a wide range of theatrical styles and methods of creation. Past works include investigations into participatory theatre, site-based performance, devised theatre, and many other territories. Mark has a passion for interrogating his and others' assumptions about theatre and has an appetite for the experimental. He recently graduated from the PTP at Dell'Arte International School of Physical Theatre and is currently finishing his bachelors degree in Theatre Studies at the University of Utah. Mark teaches at University of Utah Youth Theatre and was most recently seen in The Crickets Have Arthritis at the Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival.

DATES: Saturdays, March 25; April 1, 8 and 15

LOCATION: ART ACCESS WORKSHOP, 230 South 500 West, #125, SLC, UT


AGES: 17+

COST: $75 (includes supplies)

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Event Properties

Event Date 03-25-2017 10:00 am
Event End Date 03-25-2017 1:00 pm
Capacity 14
Available place 5
Individual Price $75.00
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