TEADAWORKS Master Class – Laurie Woolery

“What Do I Have to Contribute? Start With Where You’re At.” with Laurie Woolery
Saturday, October 13, 2012, 12:30pm – 4:30pm, FREE

To participate please register here.

I believe in community. I have seen over and over again that there is power in a collective energy. But that collective ensemble spirit is made up of individuals who bring themselves to the process. We will start with where you’re at. Through a series of physical exploration we will “drop into” ourselves and explore how to bring that unique energy to the creative collaborative process. Please bring: one image that speaks to you and wear clothes you can move in.

Laurie Woolery is a director, playwright, educator and producer who has worked at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Cornerstone Theater Company, South Coast Repertory, Mark Taper Forum, Denver Center, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Los Angeles Theatre Center, Inge Center for the Arts, Plaza de la Raza/RedCAT, Fountain Theater, Greenway Center for the Arts, Ricardo Montalban Theatre, Deaf-West Theatre, Highways Performance Space, Sundance Playwrights Lab as well as the Sundance Children’s Theater. Her solo play Salvadorian Moon/African Sky was commissioned by Cornerstone Theatre Company and performed in their citywide Festival of Faith. Ms. Woolery is the former Associate Artistic Director of Cornerstone Theatre Company, artist-in-residence at Hollygrove Children’s Home in Los Angeles and former Theatre Conservatory Director at South Coast Repertory. Laurie is on faculty at Citrus College, California State University at Northridge and serves on the Board of the Latino Producers Action Network, Network of Ensemble Theaters and the Children’s Theatre Foundation of America.


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