WITH ANGIE FOSTER
How can we connect to ourselves and to each other in our busy full lives?
How can we pause and find gentle acceptance?
How can we begin to sense the polarities in every moment?
How can we find time to be vulnerable? and to LAUGH?
This workshop offers a chance to pause…. breathe…. LISTEN…. and possibly find some unknown or unarticulated freedom….. as we fumble, welcome problems as gifts, welcome stillness, or discover stories….
Clowning can be a chance to practice being truly present… stepping into a safe space with no judgment, only possibility…
If you can find TIME (😊) please come:
DATE: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22ND
TIME: 12:00 – 4:00
PLACE: ROSE HALL, CAMPHILL VILLAGE KIMBERTON HILLS
COST: Pay what you can!
The catch: RSVP by Wednesday, October 11, to commit and reserve a place
This is soon. If you would like to register, please email or text Angie Foster by October 11 at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-608-1238
Angie Foster is a Clowning Facilitator, Actress, Director, and teacher. She was trained with Vivian Gladwell, and is on the team of Nose to Nose of North America. She has facilitated clowning workshops in the Philadelphia area and at the Rudolf Steiner College in Sacramento, California, as well as Threefold Education Center in Spring Valley, New York, and elsewhere in the country. She teaches co-workers regularly at Kimberton Hills, Beaver Run, and Soltane communities.
She was trained first as a classical actress at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. She has performed on Broadway in two productions as well as off-Broadway. She did several years of experimental theater with Andre Gregory, as well as regional theaters around the country. Other trainings include Spacial Dynamics with Jaimen Macmillan and Gestalt Training with Mariah Gladis. She has been teaching drama and directing plays at Kimberton Waldorf School for 25 years. This form of clowning combines her passion for improvisation and theatre, her quest for what it is to be human, and discovering freedom through play.