New World Performance Laboratory
Performance Ecology Workshop
1, 2, 3, 2005
New World Performance Laboratory announces a Workshop in Performance Ecology in residence at the beautiful Camp Asbury
in Northeastern Ohio, April 1-3, 2005
New World Performance
Lab will conduct a three day workshop in Performance Ecology in residence at Camp Asbury the weekend of April 1-3, 2005. Pre-registration
is from February 7 through March 1. Participation is limited. Cost of the workshop is $200. This includes two nights of lodging
and six meals (dinner on Friday through lunch on Sunday). The workshop begins Friday after dinner and continues until Sunday
afternoon. To register and for more information contact NWPL at 330-867-3299 or email@example.com
Jairo Cuesta, James Slowiak, and the members
of New World Performance Laboratory will lead participants in the basic elements of theatre craft and creative training techniques
(1) physical exercises, voice work, attention and perception, precision and flow, seeing, listening, meeting and memory; (2)
collective or individual exercises in coordination, rhythm, untaming, space awareness, singing and dancing; (3) The Rendering
(improvisation)a structured flow of detailed actions and exercises organized in a creative montage that serves to reclaim
the performers vital forces and capacity for contact. The intention is to give
the participant a foundation in the ethics, principles, and basic techniques of performance work.
You are invited to meet the NWPL company and
work with us for three days at beautiful Camp Asbury.
C a m p A S B U R Y
Camp Asbury is a year-round facility owned and operated by the East Ohio Conference of The United Methodist
Church. Camp Asbury is open to all persons regardless of race, gender, age, religion,
Camp Asbury began as a summer camping site, offering its first summer programming in 1957. Over the
years, Camp Asbury has evolved into a year-round
retreat and conference center with he addition of all season facilities and year-round staff.
Camp Asbury is conveniently located two miles southwest of Hiram, Ohio, in northern portage County. It is easily accessible from the Ohio turnpike (exit 13A), US Route 422 extension, and State Routes 82 and 88. The camp is approximately
a one-hour drive from the Akron, Canton, Cleveland and Youngstown areas. Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Akron/Canton Regional Airport are each about a one-hour drive from Camp Asbury. Pittsburgh International Airport is located about 100
miles from the camp.
The site is managed by the Camp director, Rev. William Graham, and the site
manager, Mr. Frank Duplay, who reside at the camp. Year-round staff also includes an assistant director, food service manager
and a caretaker.
Camp Asbury is a not-for-profit,
religiously affiliated organization and meets all criteria as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.
Camp Asbury is accredited by the American Camping Association (ACA) and is approved
by the Portage County Health Department.
To register: call 330-867-3299 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org