For ages 6-10(ish)
Limit to 15 students!
March 18th- 22nd 9:30 – 3:00pm
email: firstname.lastname@example.org for registration
A fun filled week of theatre games and expressive arts!
We will MAKE A SHOW!
With the foundations rooted in clowning principles, we will devise a theatre show on the themes of growth mindset and the art of making mistakes through:
-styles of performance
-dance and music
The games and exercises we work/play with contribute to the building of:
-self confidence, self identity
-creative communication, and thinking patterns
-community identity (listening, collaborating, and supporting each other)
-emotional and physical awareness (it’s ok FEEL!)
-exploring eye contact, “seeing and being seen” (it’s ok to FEEL AWKWARD, and the bravery of vulnerability)
Students should wear comfortable clothes and bring a lunch and water.
Nayana Fielkov is a Canadian based performing artist greatly dedicated to the serious work of play. She brings together the mediums of clowning, dance, mask and physical comedy. As creator and performer Nayana contributed to a large body of work, including multi award winning shows Falling Awake and Hotel Vortruba from RAGMOP Theatre, Habitats (supported by Canada Council for the Arts and BC Arts Council), the roving troupe The Ladies in White, the clown troupe Poupon Parade, the theatrical musical ensemble The Myrtle Family Band, and was assistant director in the Jesse Award nominated Hard Times Hit Parade. She conceived a collection of solo cabaret acts, which continue to show in a variety of venues, and is an active founding member of the Dusty Flower Pot Cabaret. Nayana has taught contact improvisation and clown work internationally, and facilitated youth in theatre creation for Still Moon Arts Society, the Saltspring Centre of Yoga, and The International Children’s Festival. She is also a maker of puppets, clothing, and costumes, and the proud mother of a eight-year-old boy.
Candice Roberts is a 5th generation European-Canadian settler based in Vancouver, BC as a guest in unceded Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), Səl̓ílwətaɬ (Tsleil- Waututh), and xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam) territories.
She is a theatre/comedy artist, dancer and creative coach committed to a life of learning. Candice is a passionate researcher of creativity, mental health and the connection between healthy communities and self expression.
In 2014 she received the Mayor’s Arts Award for her work in community building through the arts. She facilitated a team of artists to co designed a community arts program that was implemented within the BC health system for folks in recovery with addiction and mental health issues.
Candice is the band leader of the critically acclaimed Myrtle Family Band, is a founding member of the Jessie Award nominated Dusty Flowerpot Cabaret Society and artistic director of Candy Bones Theatre.
Candy Bones is dedicated to devising and sharing innovative and original inter-arts theatre works of artistic excellence.