Free Solo Performance Workshop: Enter Code to see tickets-available now
Tuesday, May 19, 2015 at 1:00 PM - Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 4:00 PM (PDT)
Workshop for Sex Workers interested in Writing, Acting and Solo Performance
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This workshop is for the story behind the story. Many of your are seasoned entertainer(s)/performers. If you are a singer with a song for the show, or movement artist to a music, this show will extract and create a mini story (character) to set up another dimension of your work.
Tools You Will Learn: Writing for Performance, Character Development and more.
About Sangria Red
Sangria Red is a performer, writer and teacher, sharing the principles of her own unique form of performance based on the techniques of musical improvisation. A skilled and charismatic performer, critics rave about her mesmerizing performances. She has performed locally and internationally as a solo performance artist, a stand up comedian and a singer, and has hosted a local radio show.
In this short workshop series, Sangria Red will be tailoring her emphasis to your work and process. Included in her wider performance workshop curriculum is: research and development of characters for narrative and stage; personal growth, goal setting and facing the inner challenges that stand in our way; and transformation through stories, guided by the inner voice, the voice without criticism.
She also offers private and group instruction in performance development, as well as personal growth and motivational counseling. She has been on the faculty of several local colleges, holding an MA and an MFA. Her combination of both theatrical and life experience offers a unique learning opportunity for sex workers in our communities.
Free Workshop / Donate to this Project
This is a free workshop. If you would like to donate to this event, you can visit our donation site or you can also purchase a donation ticket with your secret code. We are requesting donations from the broader community to support these free events, and to offer stipends to artists, teachers, presenters and producers.
Welcome to the San Francisco Bay Area Sex Worker Film and Arts Festival. We will be very happy to see you all at the festival. We want to be sure that our range of ticket prices and special passes fits everyone's needs. Email us if you are looking for info about special passes or any other info at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (415) 857 5425. We want to make absolutely sure everyone is able to attend these events.
More about the Sex Worker Festival
Scarlot Harlot, Erica Fabulous and Laure McElroy are co-producers of the San Francisco Sex Worker Film and Arts Festival, now collaborating with the St. James Infirmary Speakers' Bureau! In 1999 Scarlot Harlot founded the Festival. A grandmother of the sex workers rights movement, Scarlot Harlot (aka Carol Leigh) coined the term "sex work" in the late 70s. Festival Director and Co-producer, Erica Elena, created "Whores' Bath," and launched "Roaming Hookerfest," as well as "Privilege, Opression and Intersextionality" workshops and much more. Laure McElroy, co-producer, author and activist, has been curator of films at the festival since 2009, bringing her expertise in people-led arts activism with Poor Magazine. Artist and performer, Mariko Passion has been producing sex worker fest events for nearly ten years including her musical, Modern Day Asian Sex Slavery, The Musical. (She currently lives in Japan.) In 2017, Sangria Red joined the festival to teach a performance workshop for sex workers. Gina Gold, lauched her Sex Worker Confidential events, continuing this year. The Incredible Edible Akynos also returns with her solo presentation "Whore School." The St. James Infirmary continues our yearly day long classes and info for sex workers at "The St. James Infirmary Sex Workers Resource Day" on Friday, May 26th. In 2015 Kalash Ka joined the production team for the festival, co-producing Whores Bath and Clothing Swap and this year she continues with the St. James Infirmary Sex Workers' Resource Day.
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