FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Angela Horchem of Theatre 3 will teach
Mask Making for Beginners
Sundays, February 2 - March 30, 5:30-8:30 pm
(no class scheduled March 16)
$250 per student (including supplies).
Students will leave with 2 sessions of mask performance work, plaster positives of their own faces, and a usable mask that they designed and built under Angela’s guidance.
Space is limited: first come, first served.
Deposit of $150 due immediately to reserve your spot.
Please email Angela to sign up or for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
“The art of the mask is an art of movement in space and time,
of movement as the sign of the spirit in anything, in everything,
even in that which appears static.” ~Antonio Fava
Angela Horchem has been making and performing in masks for the past 7 years. She currently serves as Artistic Director for ETCETERA, the late-night program at Live Theatre Workshop. This collaboration between ETCETERA and Horchem’s company, Theatre 3, yielded MixTape, an evening of physical theatre; Improviso! a mask show in the style of contemporary Commedia Dell’Arte; and Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, a ritual designed to share stories, music, and culture from different regions around the world while collaborating with community guests. She then toured MixTape across the U.S. and Canada through 2013. Previously, Theatre 3 devised Soy Formaggio as Tucson’s celebration of World Commedia Dell’Arte Day. Theatre 3 also performed with WONDERHEADS in the ETCETERA-sponsored production of the same name, an evening of full-face mask. Horchem serves the Tucson community by offering workshops in devised theatre, clown, mask, and other forms at local schools and theatres. In 2012, Horchem received a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to attend the organization’s Institute on Roman Comedy in Performance, giving her the chance to perform with other artists, scholars, and leading experts in the field of Comedic Mask Performance. Horchem graduated from Dell’Arte International where she studied physical theatre and mask making. She studied shadow puppetry and traditional Topeng dance for six weeks in Bali, Indonesia. She earned her M.A. in theatre from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and worked as a guest artist with performance
companies--from Shakespeare to Circus--across the country.
Contact: Angela Horchem
More Information: http://www.theatre-3.com/
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