Movement From The Inside Out

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Curious Comedy Theater says
So much emotion is stored in the body. When you tap into that well of stored knowledge suddenly your characters develop a richness, a fullness, and a realness that you just didn't have access to before. Jessica Arjet, a former professional clown, teaches you how to get in touch with your body and listen. You’ll find which parts of your body send you which signals, how to breath into your emotion for more honest reactions, how to be open to the audience so they know what you are thinking before you do, and how to integrate your body with your improv so present whole, authentic people on stage. You will push your improv into deep, but deeply exciting places with this workshop. You will also learn exercises that you can do at home by yourself or with your troupe to continue growing your body/performance awareness. It’s not just a movement workshop, but learning to move from the inside out.

Jessica Arjet is a co-owner of The Hideout Theatre in Austin, Texas. She has an eclectic background starting with years in community and regional theater, and a successful career as a professional clown. Currently she is the producer, director, and actor in the Hideout Theater’s children's improv program with classes, shows, and a touring troupe. Jessica performs a variety of improv styles, such as the grounded, character based work of Ladies Room, the fast and furious comedy of J Names, and the genre/narrative work frequently explored by the Hideout Theatre’s main stage shows. Her weekly show The Arjet Universe, features guests from around Austin and the world. Currently she continues to perform, direct, produce and teach in Austin, Texas and around the country.
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