Theatrical Intimacy Education is coming to the University of Pittsburgh's Department of Theatre Arts.
What is theatrical intimacy? What does an intimacy director do? Does your production need a theatrical intimacy choreographer? What are the best practices in the classroom, rehearsals and in production when it comes to intimacy and consent in academic theatre?
If you would like to get more information and investigate theatrical intimacy work, please join us.
After these sessions you are encouraged to take workshops with TIE (Theatre Intimacy Education) to get more intensive education and experience.
There will be two sessions; Session 1 is for faculty, faculty alumni, staff and graduate students. Session 2 is for undergraduate students.
Please RSVP by Thursday, September 15, 2022.
Richard E. Rauh Studio Theatre Basement level of the Cathedral of Learning
5:00 pM - 7:00 PM
Friday, September 16, 2022
Session 1 - Faculty, Faculty Alumni, Staff and Graduate Students
Topics include: Role of the ID, theatrical intimacy casting and policy, some tools for best practices.
10:00 aM - 2:00 PM
Saturday, September 17, 2022
Session 2 - Undergraduate Students
Topics include: Role of the ID, theatrical intimacy tools and best practices.
This workshop is possible by the University of Pittsburgh Momentum Funds and the Department of Theatre Arts.