Monday, Sep 16 2019, 7:00pm - 9:00pm PDT. copy to my calendar, iCal export
Tacoma Dance Studios 1127 Broadway Suite #204, Tacoma, WA 98402, United States (map)


This workshop will be a high energy playful exploration into various ways to have fun using theater games for acting, clowning, solo and ensemble work. Great for beginners, playful fun makers and actors who are in the game. You will leave feeling like a more well-rounded performer. It’s like a performance workout! Ages 18 and up!

Led by Rachel Lionheart and Michelle Matlock.

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ONLY $12 per person and laughter guaranteed! Ages 18+

Must Register to attend

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September 12th & 19th and October 3rd & 10th

**NO CLASS ON September 26TH (Thursday)**

Ages: 18+


Tacoma Dance Studios

1127 Broadway Suite 204

Tacoma, WA 98402

About Rachel:

Rachel Lionheart is a performance artist, actor, and writer. Born in the Northwest and a graduate of New York University’s (NYU) Experimental Theater Wing, renowned for its interdisciplinary approach and graduates like Moises Kaufman, Chris Giarmo, and Kate Valk. Rachel has performed original, improvised, scripted, and collaborative works of theater in New York, Pennsylvania, Oregon, and Washington — among them Shitzokoko and The Funeral of Sir Francis Rottenfoot, Sr.

Drawing from her studies in physical theater at NYU and mindfulness practices at The Shambhala Meditation Center of NY, Rachel facilitates workshops and masterclasses on improvisation, acting, and story-telling that are rooted in presence, physicality, and vulnerability. Rachel lives in Tacoma and enjoys coffee, parks, and roof-top yoga.

About Michelle:

Michelle Matlock is a teacher, creator, performer, and director. She is a native of Washington State, where she studied theater at Western Washington University for three years and then went on to graduate from the National Shakespeare Conservatory in New York City. She spent 15 years in New York acting, teaching, creating shows and producing. Her one woman shows “The Mammy Project”, has been produced in New York and all over North and South America. Most recently she created the role of Ladybug for Cirque Du Soleil’s touring show “OVO”.

Currently Michelle lives in Tacoma, WA and is the founder of Circle Up Productions. CUP is a live entertainment and performance education company focused on making the residents of Tacoma laugh, play, think, explore, and smile through theater arts, circus arts, workshops, and events.

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