VIDEO BY CHRIS KEHOE
Share the evening with 9 actor-poets as they transform into lively characters in a moving kaleidoscope of richly imagined worlds. Four performances only, December 12 - 15 at 8:00pm at the Carlo Theatre in Blue Lake.
Working with faculty member Lauren Wilson, Dell'Arte’s 2nd year graduate students undertake an investigation of the two main questions of the M.F.A. program: How does the physical actor transform and also reveal him- or herself through the mask of character? How does a play take shape, born from the body-in-action and the actor's dramatic imagination?
According to Dell’Arte International's School Director, Ronlin Foreman, "The Character Project is an exploration into what is real about ourselves. It calls into question our own individual reality." This year's M.F.A. 2 students are: Kaitlen Osburn, Christopher Kehoe, Drew Pannebecker, Sarah McKinney, Hannah Gaff, Cooper Smith, Moses Norton, Lucius Robinson and Alyssa Hughlett.
Dell’Arte International is the premiere North American Center for the performance, research, and training of the actor-creator, offering the only M.F.A. program in the U.S. in Ensemble-Based Physical Theatre. At Dell’Arte, students craft original work in every respect- they are the performers and the authors. Experience this unique process in action through The Character Projects.
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