Learn acting skills through Improvisation. Fun and easy. Taught by Actor William Landon. Classically trained in New York with a degree in Theater. Assisted by Jair Garcia, Mexico city actor.
Good for English and Spanish speaking kids. Age 9 and up.
Every Saturday from 12:00pm to 1:30pm
June 30, July 7, 14 & 21
Teatro Luna Azul
Cost – 400 pesos for the four sessions, or 150 pesos per session.
Dress comfortably to be free to move.
Please confirm your space at email@example.com
Aprende habilidades de actuación a través de la improvisación. Divertido y fácil. Impartido por el actor William Landon. Entrenado clásicamente en Nueva York con un título en Teatro, se enfoca en la improvisación. Ayudado por Jair Garcia, actor de la ciudad de México. Bueno para niños que hablan inglés y español. Edad 9 y más.
Todos los sábados de 12:00 a 1:30 p.m.
30 de junio, 7, 14 y 21 de julio
Costo: 400 pesos para las cuatro sesiones, o 150 pesos por sesión.
Por favor confirme a firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes we can sing!
About the workshop:
In this weekend workshop we invite you on a beautiful journey to connect with yourself and others through chanting, vocal toning, improvisational games, sound journey, sound meditation, rhythm and breathing practice and of course singing.
In a sacred space we will explore ourselves through the power of our voice and its healing vibrations.
There are no limitations and no judgments. We will sing, but its not only about singing. Its more about being in the moment to embrace whatever we feel and can give or receive. Whatever comes up is beautiful and acceptable.
We’ll experience the feeling when sounds start to harmonize and create our own pieces of music through listening, the art of silence and then adding something to it, our own little piece of sound. And of course its about joy, the joy of singing together, the joy of playing and not taking things too serious.
About the place:
For those who don’t know, Teatro Luna Azul is a magical place. Its an open air theater close to the beach, where we will be accompanied by the sound of bamboo trees and a refreshing ocean breeze.
Please bring your yoga mat, pillow and blanket, and comfy clothes which enable movement and stretching.
To open the space and celebrate it, we invite everyone to bring an item for the altar we create. Whether it is some gift of nature like a feather, stone or personal totem, or anything that you appreciate.
Fresh purified water, tea and some fruits will be provided during breaks.
For the Earthday celebration we invite you to join our potlock dinner and bring your favorite dish. This will be on Sunday after the workshop. Also we invite you to bring your instruments (if you play) and medicine plants like natural tobacco or incenses like copal and sage for offering to the fire.
Friday April 20 – 4:30pm to 6pm
Saturday April 21 – 2:30pm to 6pm
Sunday April 22 – 2:30pm to 6pm
Confirm and reserve your space at email@example.com
Directions to Teatro Luna Azul – go to Contact Us on this website.
Dare to Act Out!
If you have ever dreamed of acting, or if you fear getting up in front of people – this is the perfect opportunity to do all that and more.
Joining us is New York trained actor William Landon, to share his skills and techniques.
In these four sessions we will explore facets of acting through improvisational games and open our voices through sound and relaxation techniques in a playful, safe space.
Whether you have years of experience as an actor, or are just beginning, Improvisation is the perfect way to hone your skills. And who knows where all this fun may lead to?
Starts Tuesday March 27/18
Runs for four consecutive Tuesdays.
From 4:30pm to 6pm. Please come early the first day to register.
Cost: 400 pesos for 4 session, 150 pesos for single sessions.
Dress Comfortably to feel free to move.
Solstice Celebration at Teatro Luna Azul
We have something very special planned for Winter Solstice on Friday December 22/2017. Music, Dance, Storytelling, Drums… and more.
Come and enjoy a special Solstice show that combines ancient and modern myths, weaving a story of our origins through the four ages as told through the earth, the air, the water and the sun.
The stories will be told through masks, music and dance.
The music includes Afro-Latino music from Cuba, Brazil & Peru. Featuring traditional Latin beats such as Cumbia, Rhumba, Samba, as well as lively Jarocho music from Vera Cruz, which are all fusions of african rhythms with the stringed instruments of Spain, expressed through the indigenous cultures of Mexico and Latin America..
Dancers will be performing the traditional Campesino dance ‘Zapatero‘ – a Mexican ‘tap’ dance that comes from Flamenco. As well as African dancing and drumming.
Performed by the multi-talented ‘Son Semilla’ – playing traditional Cuban guitars – Jarana, as well as piano, saxaphone, drums. Singing both traditional and original songs.
Bring the whole family. Kids are two for one.
The evening starts at 6pm with dinner & a cash bar.
Plan to attend, bring the whole family. You will be pleasantly surprised.
Keep watching this page for ticket information and further updates.
Teatro Luna Azul is Proud to Present:
Performance Workshop at Teatro Luna Azul
Expand and develop your creativity in a safe space
Learn performance techniques from skilled professionals
Be part of a supportive Ensemble
Bring your talents and ideas – we’ll explore them in the workshops, then shape them into a fantastic show for the whole community to enjoy!
Workshop Dates: Every Tuesday , starting January 17 to February 21/17 3-5pm
Special Kids Workshop: Age 8 and up, parents welcome
Every Saturday from January 14, to February 18 2-4pm
Cost: 150 per session, or all 6 sessions for 600 pesos
Show Dates: February 23rd to 26th/17
If you want to participate in any other way with this great community opportunity, let us know! Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kudos to the cast and crew of
‘Alice Down the Rabbit Hole’
We are so grateful for the incredible feedback we received for our show ‘Alice’. And so sad that we didn’t get to do them all. Our actors had committed to be here for the published dates, and not all could wait another week. We were able to video tape the show, so if you would like a copy please contact us. For those who didn’t get to use their tickets, please contact us for a refund. Or you can use a ticket to get one of the video’s and then you will be able to see the show!
We have formed a group called Friends of Teatro Luna Azul, and we are committed to finding out why we are being stopped from putting on shows at our beautiful theater that was created for community events like this. We have done everything the authorities asked, jumped through many hoops, and still they want to stop us. Our group is determined to get to the root cause of this problem and bring all the issues into the light so we can discuss and deal with them.
Contact us at email@example.com if you would like to help in any way, or just stay informed.
Special thanks to Robert Saltzman for this incredible photo.