Consortium of Asian American Theaters and Artists Presents
Theatrical Intimacy Education’s
INTIMACY BEST PRACTICES
Ethical. Efficient. Effective.
A workshop on best practices for intimacy choreography on stage.
FREE for CAATA members.
This is an AAPI-affinity space. Non-member theatre artists of AAPI descent may apply for waived tuition by emailing [email protected], requesting a waiver.
The workshop takes place over two, three-hour sessions.
Presented by Chelsea Pace
Co-Founder and Head Faculty
Theatrical Intimacy Education
With Alexandra Haddad, Intern, TIE
Consent has emerged as a central, foundational consideration in production processes where it had previously been overlooked, and people are thinking critically about how they approach intimacy in the rehearsal room.
Theatrical Intimacy Education’s Best Practices workshop will empower theatre practitioners with tools to ethically, efficiently, and effectively stage intimacy, nudity, and sexual violence. The training will provide guidance on creating a culture of consent that ensures that theatre artists are free to do what they do best: tell powerful stories.
Learn more about Chelsea Pace, Alexandra Haddad, and Theatrical Intimacy Education at www.theatricalintimacyed.com.