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This 2 hour interactive workshop for teens is designed to build self-confidence through direct experience, improvisation, theatre techniques and one-on-one coaching that will... 

● trigger your intuition  

● enable you to think fast on your feet 

● hone your focusing and listening skills 

● stimulate action, spontaneity and creativity 

Discover...what your poem SOUNDS like, looks like and how it MOVES through your body!   

 

You will walk away with a better understanding of how to connect to yourself, your material, and your audience. Participants are invited to perform at www.JaxPoetryFest.org from 5-6 PM on Saturday, April 25, 2020. 

  

BONUS: JaxPoetryFest is hosted by the nonprofit www.HopeAtHand.org and students will be given 2 volunteer hours for attending this workshop! Additional voluteer hours will be given for those attending Jax Poetry Fest!    


The multi-faceted artist Barbara Colaciello began her career working with Andy Warhol for six years at the Factory in NYC as the Advertising Director of Interview Magazine. While selling advertising for the Pope of Pop, Barbara continued to pursue her passion for acting and studied at Warren Robertson’s studio in NYC with acclaimed acting coach Larry Moss, and with director Peter Flood at the Real Stage. After her Warhol years, Barbara worked with her brother, Vanity Fair Magazine writer Bob Colacello, for 10 years. 


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Venue Information

Bab's Lab/CoRK
603 King Street
Jacksonville, FL 32204

Organizer Information

Hope at Hand


3886 Atlantic Blvd
Jacksonville, FL 32207
(904) 868-4673

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