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IMPROVISING THEATRE & SONG, AND THE UNFOLDING OF PSYCHE


SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2020
10AM – 5PM
FACULTY: JOEL CRICHTON, CCC
TUITION: $100
 
IMAGE: “Please Your Grandma,” 2012, Andrew Currie — CC BY-SA 2.0
 
At this time all classes will be online. As guidelines and requirements for meeting in public evolve and we are able to do so safely, we will let registrants know their options. 
 

Exploring connections between the art of theatrical/musical improvisation and the analytical process.
For many, the idea of improvising theatre in front of an audience is a terrifying proposition. Add singing to this, and you may have a nightmare situation on your hands.

Fortunately, we are capable of play. This capability will help us to courageously confront the challenge posed by theatrical and musical improvisation, in a workshop designed to encourage group-supported risk-taking for participants of all skill and experience levels. Fun and comedy are the natural by-products of this work.

Participants will perceive and relate to their individual complexes and blocks that emerge through the work, as well as experiencing the eros of spontaneous collaborative creation with a group. The logic of psyche, as it unfolds through music and performance, will be a constant underpinning.
 
 
JOEL CRICHTON, CCC, is a psychotherapist and training candidate at The C.G. Jung Institute, Zürich, Switzerland. He is also a performer, director, and musician in improvised theatre. He has taught courses in improvisation across Western Canada, and is practiced at developing the feeling of group cohesion and support that is necessary for risk-taking.
 

Date: Dec 5, 2020 10:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Fee

$100.00

Registration closes on Dec 05, 2020 01:00 AM

Activity Type

  • Extended Education

 

 

 

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

Joel Crichton


Brief Bio : JOEL CRICHTON, CCC, is a psychotherapist and training candidate at The C.G. Jung Institute, Z├╝rich, Switzerland. He is also a performer, director, and musician in improvised theatre. He has taught courses in improvisation across Western Canada, and is practiced at developing the feeling of group cohesion and support that is necessary for risk-taking.
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