Filament: A Collab Lab presents: DARK (on mondays) - Classical Texts
Time & Location
About the Event
Ticketing: Our Pay-What-You-Can model allows our events to be more accessible to the community! We have no minimum or maximum amount suggested, we simply ask you to pay what you can.
Accessibility: Wheelchair lift available at the SW entrance (off Brooklyn Ave).
Max capacity of 250 lbs. Call UHeights staff for assistance at: (206) 235-8567
**In October, we will be in Room 108 on the first floor.**
Join Filament and UHeights for the October edition of DARK: on mondays! Instructor and director Wiley Basho Gorn will lead you in exploring how to approach classical text in our contemporary bodies.
Have you ever wanted to work on heightened text but were too intimidated? Now is your chance! And at a Pay-What-You-Can rate!
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Wiley is a director, dramaturg, and text coach based out of Seattle WA. He has a deep passion for exploring and developing authentic connection to language, both classical and contemporary. He recently returned from Ashland OR where he did a six month residency in Shakespeare dramaturgy and text work at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP: Over the course of the workshop we will look at the physical places language lives in our bodies. I believe that each word has a meaning beyond the one found in the dictionary. Through repetition, movement, and vocal exercises we will break down the cerebral meaning of these words and explore the physical life they lead within us. We will work with a combination of both classic and contemporary text as well as generate some of our own. Please wear clothes that are comfortable to move in.
ABOUT DARK (ON MONDAYS)
DARK (on mondays) is a monthly, drop-in, PWYC workshop for those who are looking to gain community and explore their creativity--without having to break the bank. Come one time, come a few times, come each time! We want to find our light with you!
ABOUT FILAMENT: A COLLAB LAB
Filament is a PNW lab theatre company founded in 2016 by Brittany Allyson, Nathan Brockett, and Sophia Franzella. Filament focuses on devising new work through minimalism, imagination, and collaboration! Both producers of new work and incubators of creative experiments, Filament strives to provide Seattle with affordable, artistic experiences (both indoors and outside!). All are welcome. Let’s collaborate together!
**Reserve your spot online by a pwyc donation (or donate before or after class!)**
- I'll help next time!$0$00$0
- 1 for me or my friends/family$5$50$0
- 1 for me & 1 for the community$10$100$0
- 1 for me & 2 for the community$15$150$0
- 1 for me & 3 for the community$20$200$0