"We are more than our unemployed status"
Being unemployed is tough. It can often feel like the endless hours of job hunting will never pay off and the extra pressure of nailing an interview can intimidate even the most confident.
Tired of feeling trapped and exhausted, out of touch with yourself and your creativity?
Voice OUT!, a new theatrical workshop organization, and PACE are teaming up
to bring you a full day workshop dedicated to
challenging the self limiting beliefs that arise from unemployment.
If you are ready to re-envision yourself and your creative potential,
join us for a fun filled day of Theatre Arts
where we'll focus on:
- Facing our fears about our unemployment in a safe place and creative environment while coming to understand our common struggles
- Being present and focusing on what we want
- Learning grounding and mediation techniques to help us stay connected with our confidence and assertiveness
- Enhancing our body awareness to improve our communication skills through improvisation and play!
When: Friday, April 29th, 2011
Time: 10am - 4pm
Where: PACE -London
Angela Ciandro is a Theatrical Activist, facilitator, devisor, actor, writer and director from Northern California. She recently graduated with her MFA in Lecoq Based Actor Created Theatre from Naropa University in conjunction with the London International School of Performing Arts. Previous to this, Angela received her Bachelors Degree in Humanities with an emphasis in Queer and Experimental Performance from New College of California, in San Francisco. Angela is passionate about exploring the intersection of the arts and community outreach for the betterment of the LGBTQ community.
Raphaela Juanita Bordoni is a diverse performer and facilitator whose credits include everything from Musical Theatre to Classical text, Opera to Dance Theatre and solo voice performance. Raphaela graduated from the University of Bern in Switzerland with her Bachelor in Law while also studying theatre at the Theateratelier Luzern from 2006 to 2008. For the past two years she has trained at The London International School of Performing Arts in Lecoq based physical theatre and recently graduated with a Certificate in Creating Theatre and Performance. With her background in Law, her avid interest in Human Rights and her education in Theatre, Raphaela is excited to explore the artistic potential of her diverse background by raising social awareness through her art and teaching.