The DREAMING Lab
PARATHEATRE TRAINING with ANTERO and SYLVI ALLI
6 WEEKS: JUNE 12th to JULY 17th in Portland
SUNDAY NIGHTS from 7:30pm to 10pm
THE DREAMING LAB >> INTENT
In this Dreaming Lab, methods of Paratheatre and Embodied Voice will be used to amplify the effects of a ritual choreography created from three to five movements recalled from our nocturnal dreams. We'll bypass dream analysis in favor of tapping the personal and collective Unconscious as a wellspring of creative force unleashed in motion, form, presence, and sound. When prepared and performed, this dreaming ritual can evoke the images, the emotions, and the power of the dreaming while fully awake and heighten awareness of the daytime/dreamtime continuum. This Dreaming Lab also continues the ongoing process of paratheatre training for those motivated to develop their skills and talents in this medium.
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VIDEO CLIP, CONTACTS, PARTICIPANTS
. The 5-phase Physical Warm-Up that starts each session
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BRANDT STICKLEY, ARUN RAGAN, MILO ALBRIGHT,
LESLEY BETH, WESLEY MARTUSEWICZ, PAERIE RISING,
SAGE THOURN, MEMORIE EDEN, HANK PETERSON
Antero Alli is founder/director of ParaTheatrical ReSearch (since 1977), a somatic training process that combines techniques of physical theatre, dance, voice, and Zazen to access and express the internal landscape. This work is documented in Antero's book, "Towards an Archeology of the Soul"and two dvds ("Orphans of Delirium" and "dreambody/earthbody"). Antero has written and directed numerous experimental theatre productions and underground feature films.
Sylvi Alli is an accomplished singer, composer, and musician who teaches voice workshops and classes. Her embodied voice work is deeply influenced by the dynamic processes of ParaTheatrical ReSearch which she has participated in since 1996. Sylvi has produced multiple CDs of her original music and songs, including several soundtracks for her husband Antero's films.
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