Professional and emerging dancers are welcome to attend the online zoom platform based Brain-Body Connection Professional Development Series hosted by Free Flow Dance Theatre free of charge. If you would like and can afford to make a donation to support the future of the company please do! We are pleased to host this series of workshops with the support of the Community Initiative Fund, City of Saskatoon and Sasktel.
Ensemble Thinking in Dance ImprovisationTechniques that entice collective thinking and spontaneous composition in dance improvisation are explored in the context of conference calls. The question is how can dancers connect in the zoom room with other dancers to spontaneously co-create meaningful group composition that reflects our current situation. Choreographic concepts such as frame, rhythm, originating idea and motif, shape, level, and tone will be explored through the lens of the Zoom room.
Kathleen Rea danced with Canada’s Ballet Jorgen, National Ballet of Canada & Tiroler Landestheater (Austria). She has choreographed over 40 dance works and been nominated for 5 DORA awards. Her film Lapinthrope, co-produced with Alec Kinnear won Gold Award at the Festival Der Nationen (Austria). Kathleen is also a co-recipient of a K. M. Hunter Choreographic Award. Kathleen is a published author (“The Healing Dance”, Charles C. Thomas). She has a Master’s in Expressive Arts. and is a teacher candidate of the Axis Syllabus. She is the director of REAson d’etre dance productions who produces both the Wednesday Dance Jam, the Contact Dance International Film Festival and dance-theatre productions. Kathleen identifies as having High Functioning Autism and works to educate people about neuro-divercity.