Movement. Meditation. Music.
Back by popular demand for a fifth year!
Taught by actress/performance artist Lanny Harrison, the workshop will be held on four Thursdays, August 7, 14, 28, and Sept. 4, from 7–9 PM and will be held off-site in the instructor’s East Meredith studio/barn. Students can enroll in all four classes, or take separate classes for $15 each.
In these playful & provoking sessions, participants will discover some of the myriad characters who dwell within.
Through exercises that emphasize imagination, improvisation, and transformation, Lanny will lead the group on a voyage of theatrical exploration and contemplative practice.
Music, live or chosen from an eclectic sound library, will be an integral part of each evening.
No prior experience in theater or dance is required—just an open mind & a body wearing comfortable clothes.
Contact The WKC to receive travel directions to the instructor’s East Meredith studio.
Actress, dancer, and cabaret artist Lanny Harrison began her career in the New York Pantomime Theater in 1966. For the past 30 years she has written and performed numerous one-woman shows, touring America and Europe. Since 1969, she has been a member of Meredith Monk’s The House Foundation for the Arts. Lanny teaches an ongoing theater workshop at The NY Shambhala Center and is a certified meditation instructor in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. She taught at Naropa University for many years and is currently on the faculty of NYU’s Gallatin Division. She has taught theater workshops for The West Kortright Centre regularly since 1977.
The workshop fee is $60/$45 for WKC Members for all 4 sessions. Individual sessions are $15. Pre-registration is advised if people want to take all four classes. For more information and directions to Lanny’s Barn, call (607) 278-5454.
2015 West Kortright Centre arts and community programs are funded in part by our members, by contributors to the 2015 Program Fund Drive and to the Nancy Fales Garrett Workshop Scholarship Fund, by the Bert Santora Trust, and by grants from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and from the O’Connor, Robinson-Broadhurst, and Dewar foundations.