Movement for Actors and Performers
For Teens, Adults, & Seniors
Springtime on The Meadow at Heartwood in the Hills:
A program of FREE weekend classes, workshops, and events with Jude Binder.
Acting and Performance Skills, Movement, Voice, and Expression
Saturday, June 3, 20223
11:00 AM to 4:30 PM
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Anatomy study and introduction to Movement for Health and Centering material, and vocabulary that will be used in the afternoon Movement Class. We'll study movement mechanics
1:00 - 2:00
Lunch and Q & A (Bring your own lunch and we'll provide the beverages)
2:00 - 4:30
Comfortable clothing, sweat pants and t shirts always work. Barefoot on the dance floor, hair tied back and eyeglass ties highly recommended
Every part of us speaks and tells our story. A performer hones and polishes every part. That's what we do in class. In stories and scenes there's always a beginning, a middle, and an end. The same is true for every movement that a performer makes. There's also always a rhythm, and a trajectory. Class is a time for the study of these things. There's movement, then stillness, sound and then silence. This is a disciplined practice. Mask work and improvisation included. The Movement for Health and Centering syllabus informs this class.