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Resilience Theatre

January 22 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

- $10 – $15

Facilitated by Lisa Ndejuru and Joliane Allaire.

Wednesday, January 22, 2020 

6 – 8 PM at Studio 428

3680 Jeanne Mance St, Montreal, Quebec H2X 2K5

$10 for ELAN members | $15 for public. Please send payments via Paypal to: admin@quebec-elan.org(To do this: sign into your Paypal account and press “send money”). 

If you cannot pay via Paypal: please contact Membership Services Coordinator, Emily Enhorning to arrange an alternate method: membership@quebec-elan.org.

Where do we find movement and energy?

Many of us feel over-whelmed, over worked, scared, vulnerable, and constantly on the verge of burn out. Where are we stuck? Where is there movement. In this session we’ll play together, listen and care for each other and share our stories.

Lisa Ndejuru and Joliane Allaire will be leading a workshop informed by Social Presencing Theatre, Playback Theatre and Moreno psychodrama, where creative methods are used to explore challenge through movement and storytelling. By sculpting what it is that makes us feel stuck in the creative process, participants in the workshop will engage with the question: where does movement begin?

This workshop is open to the public: no prior performance experience necessary!

Details

Date:
January 22
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Cost:
$10 – $15
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Organizer

ELAN

Venue

Studio 428
3680 Jeanne Mance St.
Montreal, Quebec H2X 2K5 Canada
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Details

Date:
January 22
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Cost:
$10 – $15
Event Categories:
, ,

Organizer

ELAN

Venue

Studio 428
3680 Jeanne Mance St.
Montreal, Quebec H2X 2K5 Canada
+ Google Map

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