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Talk/Demo on The Science of Performancepart of "Chicago Science in the City 2007"


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Posted 11 October 2007 - 05:56 AM

Dissecting Drama and Dance: The Science of Performance
Saturday, October 13
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Chicago Cultural Center
Claudia Cassidy Theater
77 East Randolph Street
Chicago

Free and open to the public. Bring the whole family!
Reservations are required and can be made online, by e-mail, or by calling 312.422.5580. When registering, please provide your name, contact information, the names of all your guests, and how you first learned of this event.

In theater and dance, performers use their voices and bodies to express ideas. But science has a role in performance as well. What can physiology tell us about how our bodies move? What insights do neurology and psychology have into the practice of memorizing lines and acting? Join us we experience the science of drama and dance.

Performers:

Global Girls
Dramagirls at Redmoon Theater
Speakers:

Dr. Sian Beilock, Assistant Professor of Psychology, the University of Chicago
Patricia Vater, LMT, BSN, Instructor in Anatomy and Physiology at the Chicago School of Massage Therapy
This event is funded in part by The Boeing Company and is presented in partnership with Project Exploration, Chicago Cultural Center, Global Girls, Inc., and Dramagirls at Redmoon Theater.


Background:
The Illinois Humanities Council joins the Mayor's Office of Special Events, Chicago Public Schools, and a large group of science-friendly organizations to present...

Chicago Science in the City

This second-annual city-wide celebration is an exciting two-week festival that allows Chicagoans of all ages to explore and experience various fields of science. It features science discussions, films, exhibits, hands-on activities, demonstrations, and workshops.

The Illinois Humanities Council, in partnership with Project Exploration, Marwen, Dramagirls at Redmoon Theater, Global Girls, and the Chicago Cultural Center, will present two programs for adults and families related to the intersection of science and culture.


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