ELEVATOR REPAIR SERVICE WORKSHOP: MAKING THEATER WITHOUT A SCRIPT
Join us for a weekend intensive learning about ERS and getting on your feet. Translate literature, videos, sounds and other found sources into performance. Participants from any discipline are welcome.
Saturday December 2nd, 10am – 4pm
Sunday December 3rd, 10am – 4pm*
*Students must be able to attend both Saturday and Sunday sessions.
Location: Primary Stages Studios, 307 West 38th Street, Suite 1510, New York, NY, 10018
*Current students are eligible for a $50 discount
Email Lindsay@elevator.org for details
Elevator Repair Service conducts workshops for students (high school through graduate school), professional artists and theater lovers of all stripes. Our workshops range in length from a single afternoon to teaching residencies that last several months. In our workshops, participants work with Artistic Director John Collins and company members to generate scenes from unconventional sources, translating excerpts of novels, video clips, and sound effects into performance. These intensive sessions introduce participants to ERS and it’s history and offer a glimpse into the earliest stages of development of a new project. John Collins is also available for lectures, panels, and guest teaching.
If you have questions or are interested in bringing ERS to your institution, please contact Lindsay at Lindsay@elevator.org