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A 5-DAY, LIMITED ADMISSIONS, COLLABORATIVE WORKSHOP FOR WRITERS, DIRECTORS, AND ACTORS
TWENTY FIRST CENTURY COLLABORATIVE STORYTELLING is for writers, directors and actors who want to immerse themselves for five days in developing stories through the ICS process. It is the emerging process in both film and theatre.
See group page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/instituteforcollaborativestorytelling/
SUNDAY JULY 26 THROUGH THURSDAY JULY 30, 2015
The ICS conference is limited to sixteen participants with some active background in theater or film and with a strong interest in collaborative storytelling. The ideal balance will include writers, actors, directors, and a variety of theater and film professionals so workshop groups will have a variety of skills to explore collaborations. Each candidate will submit a resume and have an interview via phone, Skype or in person as part of the process in determining a strong fit for this first ICS event.
INTENSIVE MENTORING every morning Monday through Thursday. Intensive mentoring by experts on writing, acting and directing.
DAILY CREATIVE SESSIONS by professionals on topics such as What is 21st Century Story?, Prose into Performed Story, Improv Into Story, Story Structures and Actors Living Truthfully in the Moment, The Producer as Storyteller, and more!
The 2015 expert mentors list includes guest workshops from Mark David Pinate, Milta Ortiz, Joe McGrath, Cynthia Meier, Logan Philips, David Pike, Jason Ryder, Philip Sedgwick, and David Greenwood, as well as daily facilitation and exercises from Howard Allen and Royce Sparks.
SMALL GROUP WORKSHOPS every afternoon where participants in small groups apply the ICS storytelling process in creating work.
A FILMED SHOWCASE of devised work created during the week open to an invited audience of theatre and film professionals to demonstrate the process.
MEET AND GREET at opening and closing receptions as well as throughout the meeting for informal discussions with fellow participants and invited guests.
Lodge of the Desert in beautiful southwest Tucson AZ. We will learn about collaborative storytelling in stories, scripts and plays, surrounded by mountains, the desert, and the the artistic culture of Arizona. 306 N. Alvernon Way, Tucson AZ, 85711. www.lodgeonthedesert.com/
Sunday July 26.
Arrive. Casual meet and greet. 7:30pm. Buffet dinner.
Monday, July 27 and through Thursday, July 30.
Mornings. Sessions with experts. Afternoons and evenings. Small group workshops. Thursday Evening,
Showcase performances and closing event.
$300* tuition includes all sessions, workshops, mentoring during the conference, dinner and snacks at receptions, meetings, DVD of the event and handbook of conference materials. Scholarships available Free parking for local participants. Payment is required by July 1.
*An automatic 10% discount is offered to any students of the Meisner Technique International Summer 2015 Meisner Technique Intensive or the Armor Releasing Workshops!
The Institute is limited to sixteen participants. Applicants should email with subject line "Collaborative Storytelling" and an artistic resume and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org
More information posted on www.CollaborativeStorytelling.net athttp://www.pullins.com/ICS.html
There are THREE spaces left- apply today to secure yours!
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