Free Creative Movement and Contact Improv Workshop for Modo Yogis!

at

The Cherry Lane Theatre

with 

Whitney Glandon

hosted by 

Reed Ridgley

When? Saturday, September 30th 12:00 - 2:00

Where? The Cherry Lane Theatre, 38 Commerce Street (one block South-West of 7th Avenue and Bleecker)

How Much? FREE

RSVP toreed.ridgley@gmail.com

Come join host, Reed Ridgley, and special guest teacher (and fellow Modo Yogi), Whitney Glandon, in an exciting, FREE creative movement and contact improv class exclusively for the Modo Yoga Community.

 

In this two-hour workshop, we will explore creative movement through contact improv, and other theatre and movement related exercises, on stage at the Cherry Lane Theatre. No judgments, no pressure, no audience, and no experience or preparation necessary. Just bring an open mind, a desire to have fun, and the curiosity to move your yogic body in a new, theatrical way on a real Off-Broadway stage.

Whitney Glandon is a diverse Dancer, Teacher, Choreographer, Director, and Yogi. Recently she was a featured dancer in the T-Brand NYTimes / TIFFANY & CO. VR film episode 4 New Ways of Seeing, hosted by Art critic Jerry Saltz. Other credits include the stage play Carrying Helen at the Cherry Lane Theatre, tours with Steven Van Zandt's Underground Garage Rock and Roll Shows, The Late Show with David Letterman, Nancy Sinatra’s "These Boots are Made for Walking", MTV's Battle of the Bands, ESPN's New Year’s Eve Live from Times Square, VH 1’s Rock Roll Hall of Fame Induction, The Elvis Live Tribute show, The Rat Pack Tribute, SPARK Dance Forum, The Highline Chamber Ensemble, and performances at the 92nd Street Y, NYU Medical Center and the Museum of Jewish Heritage with her Tuesdays@4 company in NYC where she serves as Artistic Director. She is the Director of Resident Programs for NYC's premiere senior living community, Brookdale Battery Park, where she shares her love of dance and yoga with her senior population. Whitney holds a BFA in Dance Performance and Choreography from Columbia College.

Reed Ridgley recently finished the Modo Level One Teacher Training intensive in Kelowna, BC. Prior to his current work as Development Manager at the Cherry Lane Theatre, he served as General Manager for the Vineyard Theatre, Classic Stage Company, the BAM Next Wave Festival, and The New York Musical Theatre Festival. His production highlights include The Scottsboro Boys, The Book of Mormon (Workshops), The Long Christmas Ride Home, Carrie, A Boy And His Soul, Wig Out! by Tarell Alvin McCraney, Avenue Q, and [title of show]. Reed is a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.

Cherry Lane Theatre

Situated in a landmark building in Greenwich Village, Cherry Lane Theatre serves as a vital lab for the development of new American works and a home for groundbreaking productions of both new and classic theater of the highest caliber. As New York's longest continuously running Off-Broadway theatre, Cherry Lane has helped to define American drama, fostering fresh, daring, and relevant theater since 1924. www.cherrylanetheatre.org

This project is part of Reed's Distance Learning Program to complete the Modo Yoga 500 hour Teacher Training Certification and is not accredited by Modo Yoga.