Lynx Theatre Announces Performing/Creative Artists BootCamp Through 5/24

Lynx Theatre Announces Performing/Creative Artists BootCamp: Cultivating The True-Self Creative and Performance Development for Actors, Dancers, and other creative artists. The bootcamp will be on May 9th, May 16th, and May 23rd from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm.

The BootCamp is an on-going, weekly, two hour workshop format incorporating comprehensive techniques from around the world specifically designed to help performing/creative artist's improve their Onstage and "On The Page" performance by: Cultivating Creative Potential, Breaking Down Inhibiting Inner Conflicts, and Reaching Maximum Performance and Creative Levels.

The class is npt about teaching craft and is not ment to be, or replace, acting, singing, creative writing, dance, music or visual art training. The primary goal is to decrease the false-self ( the self-conscious, defensive ego ) and the conscious and subconscious inhibiting interference that it creates and also to cultivate the True-Self ( the functional ego ) that fosters the release of our true, authentic potential and cultivates our long term artistic growth.

Schedule will be updated at lynxperformance.wordpress.com. The Performing/Creative Artist BootCamp Will Meet in the Lynx Theatre?Space at SDDanceworks. The Lynx Theatre has a DONATE LATER policy which means that the BootCamps will have no admission price. A donation for whatever amount can be given after the bootcamp. Directions and Lynx Theatre Info can be found at www.Lynxperformance.com. This is not recommended for those under the age of 16.

The BootCamp will be taught by Al Germani. He has been a theatre director, teacher, choreographer, musician and a psychotherapist for the past 25 years. The combination of experience and graduate education in psychiatry and the performing arts, as well as extensive background in progressive theatre, performance art, modern & progressive dance, jazz, worldbeat percussion and Buddhist Studies lends a unique insight and understanding to his artistic vision and teaching style and methods.? Germani is the Artistic Director of the award winning, critically acclaimed Lynx Theatre, has taught Dance and Theatre in private studios and at SDSU and Grossmont college, Designed and taught the Movement Training For Athletes Class at SDSU and continues to specialize in providing psychotherapy for Artists. More at www.psychotherapyfortheartist.com.

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