Instructor: Natalie Thomas
Improvisational Movement is a movement training method that uses a combination of William Forsythe Dance Technologies and acting techniques. Students learn a series of systems, called “modalities of physical translation,” which offer ways to discover one’s own physical metaphors and new ways of moving. The class asks students to investigate their personal relationships to space, to one another, and to imaginary circumstances. Students discover their ability to be non-judgmental catalogers.