YESTERDAY IRAN/ TODAY IRAQ ~ a new play-reading Friday, December 7th, 7:30pm at The Dramatists Guild, 1501 Broadway, NYC
I am excited to invite you to a reading of a new one-act play my company, Soul Strata Theater, has been working on entitled YESTERDAY IRAN/ TODAY IRAQ by L. S. Goldberg. The play-reading should last a little over a half-hour long - please join us afterward to share your feedback in this critical phase in the development of our work. We would love to add your voice to the discussion.
The date and time:
December 7th, 7:30pm
In the Frederick Loewe Theater at the Dramatists Guild of America
1501 Broadway, Suite 701
Seating is limited. Please RSVP to email@example.com
~About YESTERDAY IRAN/ TODAY IRAQ~
On the eve of his first deployment to Iraq, Pvt. Steven “Stippy” Goodman discovers a mysterious box of letters from his grandfather, Lt. Chester A. “Grumpa” Goodman. The letters hail from a time when Grumpa was also in the military, helping to service and maintain a vital supply route to the Russians through the Persian Gulf region during the second World War. At first arrogant and dismissive, Stippy finds himself reluctantly piecing back together a map that may lead him, across an ocean of time, to find relevance his grandfathers’ experiences – as Grumpa and Stippy “war” over the changing face of war.
Soul Strata Theater is dedicated to awakening and nurturing human compassion. We also develop innovative approaches to the expression of visual language - including sign language, as well as digital media.
I’ll be teaching an extended two-hour ”open house” class at Pearl Studios [500 8th Ave., between 35th & 36th St., Studio 1206] this Friday, July 20th, from 10am-1pm.
Doors will open for Friday’s class at Pearl Studios at 10am. You’ll have an opportunity to stretch & ask questions for a half hour before and after class. The majority of our time will be spent engaging Moni Yakim’s Physical Acting methodology. Physical Acting is aimed at helping you to center & release yourself, freeing you to channel your instincts, imagination, and emotional life as your impulses move you in the most natural & intuitive ways. We spend a lot of time strengthening the core, while simultaneously connecting to gut instinct & intelligence, and nurturing creativity.
I am offering this class for free as an opportunity to connect with people who may be interested. This will be my only opportunity to offer a class until October. Please RSVP to “firstname.lastname@example.org”, if you are planning on coming by on Friday. It would be a pleasure to see you!
~How You Train Is the Best Barometer for How You Work~
THURSDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 6th!
with Danyon Davis
Thursday Nights (thru 11/3)
7:30pm - 9:30pm
at Space On White
81 White St. (btwn B’way & Lafayette)
$15 - Drop-In
$25 - 2 Class Pass
Please email ” email@example.com” to reserve a place, or if you have any questions.
Creative Physicality ~ improve your physical and vocal expression by learning to channel your instincts, imagination, and emotions. Creative Physicality is a fun way to connect with others and practice opening yourself to do your best work. Each class offers a full-body, 2-hour, creative workout; students can also work on individual physical issues over time. How you train is the best barometer for how you work - Creative Physicality offers you an opportunity to practice good creative and physical habits.
Creative Physicality is based on the methodology of Moni Yakim, Head of the Juilliard Drama Division’s Movement/ Physical Acting Program. Danyon Davis has assisted Mr. Yakim for 3 years at the Juilliard School and also teaches Mr. Yakim’s Physical Acting methodology at Circle in the Square Theater School. Creative Physicality weaves together Mr. Yakim’s approach with many other techniques Danyon has practiced over a 15-year professional career - which includes extensive acting, teaching, and directing work at the Guthrie Theater, as well as several years spent performing and training with the SITI Company. Danyon presently organizes the work of Soul Strata Theater.
::practice channeling your instinct, imagination, and emotions::
::develop your strength, flexibility, and endurance::
Thursday NightsSeptember 15th - November 3rd
7:30pm - 9:30pm
$50 Four Class Pass
$15 For Drop-In
Space limited to 10 participants per week.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot.
- your name
- the dates you are interested in
- Four Class Pass or Drop-In Preference
Payment can be sent to email@example.com via PayPal
* We will also include a few Saturday classes outdoors in a NYC Park (location TBD)— these will be donation classes.
CREATIVE PHYSICALITYA Weekly Two-Hour Workout For Your Body and Your Creativity
"When entering into a relationship with an institution, it is imperative to make friends as soon as possible with the security, custodial, and cafeteria staff - they control your quality of life."
- Max Tzu, “The Art of Slaying Debt”.
"Ha. Ha. Ha. You’re laughing now— but pretty soon - you’ll be crawling down the street, on your hands and knees, with your mouth wide open, begging for more: welcome to showbiz, kid."
- Jeff Weiss’ daily greeting to me, fresh out of Juilliard, working on HENRY V in the park.
to create art. to sing with THE GREAT HEART OF THE UNIVERSE! the organ of the cathedral. something authentic and full. not copied. not digital. not removed. but here. present. whole. organic. organistic. alive. dancing with vitality. yoked. singing with the deep heart of the universe.
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