This weekend intensive — led by Laura Sheedy — will offer performers, dance makers and directors, an in-depth look into the technique.
It is open to both beginners and those experienced in Viewpoints and will allow performers and directors to function together spontaneously, intuitively and equip performance makers with skills to generate dynamic work quickly.
Initially inspired by American modern dancer Mary Overlie and then later adapted into the Nine Viewpoints by Anne Bogart (SITI Company), the work has had a far-reaching influence on contemporary theatre and continues to inform new ways of thinking and making theatre.
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Laura Sheedy is a director/theatre maker originally from Melbourne, and has been based in New York for the last decade.
Laura has trained with Anne Bogart and the SITI Company regularly since 2000, and has been teaching Viewpoints training to actors, directors, dancers and musicians both in Australia and the US, for fifteen years.
In 2014/15 Laura was Bogart’s Associate Director on SITI Company's production of Steel Hammer. She has also worked with a range of performing artists and companies such as Polyglot, Captain Frodo, The Wau Wau Sisters, Adrienne Truscott, Mobius Ensemble, Wally Gunn and Kate Neal.
Laura has directed work for Edinburgh Fringe, Melbourne Fringe, Melbourne Int'l Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe, The World Theatre Festival, La Trobe and Princeton Universities and Manhattan School of Music. She has performed at Lincoln Centre, Sydney Opera House, The Kitchen, Park Avenue Armory and Abrons Arts Centre.