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Classes and Workshops
Performing Arts Society of Acadiana (PASA) works whenever possible to extend the impact of the artists who visit our community as performers by hosting master classes, public classes and workshops with our visiting artists, or in preparation for their residencies in south Louisiana.
Often working in association with local experts and/or schools, PASA provides local students and artists with extraordinary close contact with visiting performing artists of the highest levels of artistic achievement.
Classes and workshops scheduled in the current PASA season include:
Ancient Greeks/Modern Lives: Poetry-Drama-Dialogue
U.L.'s Burke Hall
This free, exciting acting workshop will include exercises with masks, discovering emotions and much more all focused on the themes of Homecoming/Return of the Warrior. The program scholar will show and explore the connections between the ancient Greeks and today and will lead a discussion on these themes.
Ancient Greeks/Modern Lives is a major national program that is taking place in 100 cultural institutions across America with a mission to inspire people to come together to read, see and think about classical literature and how it continues to influence and invigorate American cultural life.
Find more information at: www.ancientgreeksmodernlives.org
Ancient Greeks/Modern Lives: Poetry and Drama Dialogue has been made possible by a major grant from The National Endowment for the Humanities; great ideas brought to life.
Participants should wear comfortable, loose clothing and be prepared for basic movement.
There is no cost of attendance, but space is limited. Call PASA at 237-2787 for more information. Ancient Greeks/Modern Lives is funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and Aquila Theatre.
Workshop & Master Class
04.02.12 12:30 pm
ULL McLaurin Hall
A master class led by Nrityagram company members will be held within U.L.’s McLaurin Hall. Open to the public, the class will be an introduction to Odissi including a demonstration of the language of the dance. Participants will learn basic Odissi movement and the isolated body training specific to Odissi as evolved and practiced at Nrityagram, India. Registration is limited, but included with the purchase of a ticket to the main stage performance. Otherwise, the cost of attendance is $10.00.
To register contact PASA at 337-237-2787 ext. 201 or email@example.com
Participants must have some knowledge of dance or Indian dance.
1 on 1 Songwriter Workshops with Richard Leigh
05.12.12 Contact PASA for available times.
Blue Moon Saloon
This three-time Grammy nominee and inductee of the Nashville Songwriters Hall Of Fame, explores the techniques and cognitive tricks anyone can learn to develop your own distinct, personal and powerful writing "brand", tap your personal creative well, gain perspective on co-writing and songwriter’s etiquette, improve productivity, and conquer writers-block.
To register contact PASA at 337.237.2787 ex.201 or firstname.lastname@example.org