Alquimia: Alchemy of the Body

with Master Artists and Instructors Amie Maciszewski & Sara Romersberger

In our third workshop, master artists and instructors Amie Maciszewski and Sara Romersberger will lead participants through a 12-hour workshop over the course of four days that will feature live South Asian music (predominantly sitar and voice, with selected other instruments) and Lecoq movement techniques. The objective is to unlock the connection between musical sound harmonics and creative gestures/ physical storytelling. Using the intersection of sound and interpretive movement as their base, participants will harness the concepts of bhava and rasa, stylized sentiments and moods in ancient Indian aesthetics used for performance, sometimes juxtaposing, sometimes blending them with Lecoq (20th Century French) physical theatre creation.

Dates & Locations
August 18-21, 2022

August 18, 19, & 20
7:00pm to 10:00pm, at
Teatro Dallas Studio
1230 River Bend Dr. #111
Dallas, TX 75247

Public Demonstration on
August 21, 2022
3:30pm, at
Arts Mission Oak Cliff
410 S Windomere Ave
Dallas, TX 75208

Sponsored by the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs

Alquimia: Youth Workshop for Transformation!

with Company Artist Omar Padilla

In this workshop, youth will learn to transform their experiences into expressive movement using physical theater, helping them thrive in their new community.

The camp will take place July 25 to 29 (Monday through Friday) from 10am to 2pm.

Location: 
Teatro Dallas Studio
1230 River Bend Dr. #111
Dallas, TX 75247

Sponsored by the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs

Alquimia: A Workshop for Transformation

with Los Escultores del Air

May’s Workshop is led by Los Escultores del Air – a physical theatre company from Madrid who will be in residence with us from May 17-21. The workshop cohort will culminate in a short presentation that is free and open to the public on Saturday, May 21st at 4:00pm in the black box at the Latino Cultural Center. To RSVP, please email info@teatrodallas.org.

Sponsored by the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs