Above: Our poster in front of the museum, photo of LEIMAY's Floating Point Waves
'been flirting with distant futures and long shores along the city's periphery. What could have been and what is now. And scores of grime fighting for a place in my stomach, on the back of my broken neck, my broken face…
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After our discussion in class today, I've been thinking about how we all are constantly chasing goals and striving to "become" something. And once we do become it, we have moved on to something else. So we are constantly in a process fo becoming-- we need to be. Otherwise, we're stagnant, and are almost inhuman.
But there's also this linear order of everything, and general acceptance of the fact that time is a line. When in fact, many people say that events are just…Continue
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So...What is a Movement Think Tank? Before I participated, I wasn't too sure. It is definitely an event that requires the physical doing to help understand. For LEIMAY's upcoming piece in September, "Becoming-Corpus," Ximena has been thinking up new possibilities for movement exploration. As a way to incorporate the many people who may not be exposed to performance, she has asked perfect strangers [but in this case, friends (or friends of friends) of LEIMAY] to venture into a movement…Continue
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"The way we see things is affected by what we know or what we believe. -- When in love, the sight of beloved has a completeness which no words and no embrace can match: a completeness which only the act of making love can temporarily accommodate.
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Polina Klimovitskaya is the Artistic Director of Terra Incognita Theater and teaches acting at Yale University and Michael Howard Studios, among other places in the USA and abroad. She has taught acting for more than 30 years. I began studying with her in 2004 and…Continue
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