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Theater often involves an audience coming to a space to passively watch.
Joy and Pang puts the spectator at the center of its productions.
Experimental and immersive, Joy and Pang blurs the lines between life, audience, actor, and performer. We seek to move beyond the performance, event or space by involving community, joining worlds, and opening hearts. Productions with heart and noise.
Anastasia Wilson is an actor, educator, devising artist, and flamenco performer. She specifically utilizes flamenco performance structure as a tool for developing theatrical pieces rooted in cultural dynamics. This technique, related to her thesis work, utilizes clashes in thought, society, and people, as a means to create visceral, thought provoking, and forceful pieces.
Anastasia has performed, created, taught, and trained all over the globe. Her passion for the arts and devising has sent her across the United States and abroad. Specifically, she has performed, trained and directed in Ireland, Italy, Germany, Spain, Ghana, Morocco, Czech Republic and Slovakia to name a handful.
She is currently based in Atlanta, Georgia where she is a stage and film actor, has been an instructor for the theatre department at Georgia State University (GSU). She currently teaches at Drama Inc. and is the Marketing Manager at RPM Home Advisors/Keller Williams.
Rachel Hynes devises collaborative, innovative performances and helps others develop new works as a director, teacher, playwright and movement consultant. Her own works include physical and experimental storytelling about scars, zombies, tigers and technology (You Have Made a Story On My Skin, Half Life: a zombie love letter for no one, Tale of a Tiger, Facebook In Memoriam), as well as site-specific performances featured in Art All Night (Lit) and Supernova Performance Art Festival (Burning Down the House). Her devised adaptation of Euripides’ The Trojan Women was a part of Washington DC’s second Women’s Voices Festival.
From 2006-2011, Rachel was the Co-Artistic Director of avant garde Seattle performance group, Helsinki Syndrome, performing in On the Boards Northwest New Works Festival, the Henry Art Gallery, Bumbershoot Arts Festival, Annex Theatre (Seattle), Hand2Mouth’s Risk/Reward Series (Portland), Camden People’s Theatre SPRINT Festival (London) and had two residencies at Richard Forman’s Ontological-Hysteric Incubator (NYC).
Rachel is a five-time DCCAH Artist Fellow and a recipient of the Larry Neal Award in Dramatic Writing. Rachel earned her MFA in Lecoq Based Actor Created Theatre from Naropa University at the London International School for the Arts (LISPA).
She currently teaches devising and original works creation…you guessed it, online.
TONIGHT’S SUPPER IS LOVE. WHAT COURSE WILL YOU CHOOSE?
Joy and Pang is grateful for the support of our donors, whose generosity lets us bring love to the table.
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