Ann Randolph • Thursday All Day
Everything about you, from the mundane to the extraordinary, is a story living in your body and waiting to be told. In this workshop, we’ll use improvisational theater techniques, writing exercises, humor, and play to explore your life story and the universal themes it expresses. Acknowledging what’s both painful and hilarious about your history, you’ll practice how to stop censoring and fighting yourself, better trust your own body, and find new physical and emotional confidence that will spill over into the rest of your life. Open yourself to the fresh discoveries that come from taking some risks, changing course when necessary, and adapting to whatever comes next in an atmosphere of safety and creative adventure. You’ll be both deeply surprised and delighted at the depths and richness of the self you discover when you give yourself permission to loosen up and act out your life’s themes.
Ann Randolph is an award-winning solo performer and educator. Her solo show and off-Broadway hit Squeeze Box was produced by Mel Brooks. She teaches at Esalen and Kripalu and performs at theaters across the country.