LOYD WILLIAMSON II
Special care has been given to create a safe and nurturing environment where the actor can give him/herself permission to move away from pedestrian and socialized behavior and to embody a more authentic, expansive, and unbridled expression. While the first semester of Movement I forces we truly broke down the total torso and our instrument and how we hold space and where we hold tension, the second semester takes you further in opening him/herself sensually (with the senses) to the life that is around them, connection with other human beings, ensemble work and deeply involved physical and expansive movement choreography, which will begin to further release tensions that are stored in the acting instrument, freeing the actors emotional life. We will also explore how we process experience using sound and motion in addition to the articulation of the spine and its application to alignment.
Duration: 2.5 hours each class.