These free workshops are limited to ten students. Please register to attend.
In Motion: Embracing Skill Display and Performance
September 26, 2020
The Center for Applied Drama and Autism is proud to present In Motion: Embracing Skill Display and Performance, a virtual workshop taught by Bhawna Sudhir. A proud mother of two children with special needs, Ms. B is the founder and director of Dancing Bells, LLC, a platform to sensitize individuals with different capabilities to express themselves and interact with each other through dance and movement. She holds several certifications from Dance Education Laboratory and Lincoln Center of Performing Arts Education in New York and earlier this year, she completed CADA’s Drama for People with Autism and Disabilities teacher’s training. Bhawna is a practicing teaching artist who creates authentic, interactive and individually-tailored sessions for all ability groups.
In this workshop, participants will think and move along with teacher-guided prompts, in order to connect, communicate, and create through movement, dance-making, and visual art expressivity. Students will work in groups, individually, sitting, standing, with partners, moving in space, all ending with a performance sure to make everyone smile!
If you would like to join us on Zoom Saturday, September 26 from 3-4PM, please RSVP here [is there a link?] The event is free, but limited to ten individuals, so don’t wait! You won’t want to miss this!
Free Workshop with Bhawna Sudhir
In Motion: Self Expression through the Arts
Seeking Original One-Act Scripts by
Autistic and Disabled Playwrights for online production by Theatre on the Spectrum