April 6-8, 2018
University of California, Riverside
Co-convenors: Bella Merlin, UCR and Paul Fryer, RBC
A practice-based research weekend, applying actor training to global questions surrounding empathy, dynamic listening, ceremony, healing, and the power of language.
Featuring three internationally acclaimed acting practitioners:
Sharon M. Carnicke (author of Stanislavsky in Focus)
Tina Packer (founding artistic director of Shakespeare & Company)
Kimberly Guerrero (co-founder of the Stylehorse Collective).
A special edition of The Stanislavski Studies journal in 2019 will feature articles on practice-based research arising from the weekend.
Part of a series of international events featuring Stanislavski and actor-training.
Sponsors: University of California, Riverside, Departments of Theatre, Film and Digital Production; English; Dance; Office of the Dean, College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences; Office of International Affairs; Culver Center of the Arts; City of Riverside and Riverside Arts Council.
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