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UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

Click HERE to learn more about bringing a Lead Instructor* to your area!

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Los Angeles, CA, USA: Ethically Choreographing Intimacy

** Must have a minimum of 25 hours of IDI Training***

Date: December 14+ 15, 2020 (10am - 6pm)

Instructor: Rachel Flesher, LI

Registration: $350 

Lead by Lead Instructor Rachel Flesher, this course is geared towards the Intermediate student looking to take their foundational skills of IDI’s 5 Pillar approach into choreography. Topics discussed will be: setting and maintaining boundaries throughout choreography, clearly translating storytelling into physical action, how to maintain a creative and consensual choreographic workspace, and an exploration into scripted choreography. Participants must have a minimum of 20 hours of IDI training as a prerequisite for this workshop.

Register by e-mailing Claire Glassford at cmglassford@gmail.com or Rachel Flesher at rachel.flesher@me.com

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Dallas, TX, USA: Intimacy for the Stage: 3-day Workshop

*Waitlist positions available*

Date: January 24 - 26, 2020 (9am - 6pm)

Instructor: Adam Noble (LI), Ashley White (ID), Samantha Kaufman (ID)

Registration: $425 Early Bird, $500 Full Price 

Host: Eastfield College

Led by IDI Lead Instructor Adam Noble (The Noble Method) and Intimacy Directors Ashley H. White (IMPRINT Theatreworks; SCDallas) and Samantha Kaufman, This intensive brings a unique perspective and valuable training to theatre professionals. Join us as we explore performer training and dynamics, protocols for safe execution and spaces, consent, and best practices for dynamic storytelling.

Register for the workshop HERE

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Houston, TX, USA: Intimacy for the Stage: 3-day Workshop

Date: January 31 - February 2, 2020 (9am - 6pm)

Instructor: Adam Noble (LI), Dan Granke (LI), Ashley White (ID)

Registration: $425 Early Bird (deposit must be paid by December 31st), $500 Full Price (deposit must be paid by January 20th)

Host: Houston Grand Opera

Led by IDI Lead Instructors Adam Noble (The Noble Method), Dan Granke, and Intimacy Director Ashley H. White (IMPRINT Theatreworks; SCDallas), This intensive brings valuable training and tools to theatre & academic professionals. Join us as we explore techniques, training, and execution for Intimate Work, exploring dynamics & protocols for safe execution and spaces, consent, and best practices. Participants should be prepared to participate in exercises from the perspective of actors.

Register for the workshop HERE

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Bloomington, IN, USA: Intimacy for the Stage: 3-day Workshop

 

*SOLD OUT, to be waitlisted please email sjkaufman5@gmail.com*

Date: March 14 - 16, 2020 (10am - 6pm)

Instructor: Claire Warden (LI), Samantha Kaufman (ID), Ashley White (ID)

Registration: $350 early bird, $375 regular

Host: Indiana University

This 3-day intensive, taught by IDI Intimacy Instructor Claire Warden with Intimacy Directors Ashley White and Samantha Kaufman, explores the foundational work and implementations of theatrical intimacy for the stage. Areas of focus include techniques for advocacy such as communication and consent, as well as techniques for choreography, safety, and best practices. This intensive workshop will dive deeply into the craft and artistry of Intimacy Direction and help establish IDI's 5-pillar method as a standard of practice in the theatre. This workshop is open to any and all in the theatre, including performers, stage managers, administrators, producers, designers, and more. Participants should be prepared to participate in exercises from the perspective of actors. Please note - intimate touch is never required, and modifications are always provided.

Register for the workshop HERE

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Bloomington, IN, USA: Intimacy for the Stage: 3-day Workshop

Date: March 20 - 22, 2020 (10am - 6pm)

Instructor: Adam Noble (LI), Samantha Kaufman (ID), Ashley White (ID)

Registration: $400 early bird, $450 regular

Host: Indiana University

This intensive brings valuable training and tools to working theatre professionals.
Join us as we explore techniques, training, and execution for Intimate Work, exploring dynamics & protocols for safe execution and spaces, consent, and best practices, with a focus on performance. Safe spaces will be provided for an exploration of the work in a lab-setting, and participants will leave with tools to facilitate intimate performance confidently. Participants should be prepared to participate in exercises from the perspective of actors.

Register for the workshop HERE

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Seattle, WA, USA: Intimacy for the Stage: 3-day Workshop

Date: March 21 - 23, 2020 (10am - 6pm)

Instructor: Rachel Flesher (LI), Sarah Lozoff (ID)

Registration: $450

Host: ACT Theater

This 3-day workshop, taught by IDI Lead Instructor, Rachel Flesher, and Certified Intimacy Director, Sarah Lozoff, explores the foundational work and implementations of theatrical intimacy for the stage. Areas of focus include techniques for advocacy such as communication and consent, as well as techniques for choreography, safety, and best practices. This workshop will dive deeply into the craft and artistry of Intimacy Direction and help establish IDI’s 5-pillar method as a standard of practice in the theatre.

Register for the workshop HERE

*Scholarships are available

If you would like to bring a Lead Instructor to your area, theatre,

or university, please email info@teamidi.org

 

 

Please note that many of the workshops listed here are sponsored and hosted by other organizations, and are not hosted by IDI and therefore are subject to certain restrictions set by the host company. For those interested in the apprentice program, we ask that you study with someone who has been certified by IDI. We require 50 hours of training with an IDI certified professional. At this time, we can only count the hours spent studying with a certified intimacy professional with IDI towards your apprentice application. Many of our certified professionals work as independent artists and their workshops are advertised here for your convenience. For any questions, please reach out to us at info@teamidi.org.