June 9th & 10th Feast of Crispian will offer a two day training for anyone interested in using acting and Shakespeare to address symptoms of trauma. Founding members, Nancy Smith-Watson, Jim Tasse, and Bill Watson will share FoC's curriculum, special techniques, and the basic brain science of trauma in this experiential workshop. We explore synchrony and theater as community builder.
While FoC is particularly suited to theater practitioners, this work has valuable material for anyone looking to deepen emotional resources and build empathy in any population. Shakespeare has many unique properties that work powerfully in the brain, and a general view of the expressive arts allows for a wide variety of adaptations.
Saturday, June 9th 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday, June 10th 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Theater Puget Sound Space @ Seattle Center House (rooms TBA)
Lunch on your own
Cost: Pay as you can, suggested donation, $200.00
$50 registration fee, please complete the PayPal link, below: