September 8th, 2019

Broom vs Crutch | Tripod & Hanger | Aussie Flag vs Belt | Pool Noodle vs. Bathrobe

Anything is a Weapon!

Many moments of violence for stage and screen have no “weapons.” That said, a book, a towel, a broom or a pillow cushion can be used in a violent manner which will enhance the story being told. Knowing how to do this well can greatly enhance the realism in a scene (or sometimes the hilarity!).

This course will start with fundamental training for Stage & Screen Combat. After understanding the key elements of safety, distance and angles participants will work a little knife to practice cutting and thrusting before moving into how to make anything into a weapon. After learning a few rules, we will choreograph short scenes and explore all the fun, exciting and unique ways that something like a banana can defend against a remote control!

Please bring along an item or two that you’d like to explore the possibilities with.

WHERE: Battery Dance Company, 380 Broadway (2 blocks south of Canal)
TIME: 4:00pm- 8:00pm

If registered before September 1st: $75.00 [stripe name=”Jared Kirby” description=”Anythingisaweaponearly”  amount=”7500″]

If registered after September 1st: $100.00 [stripe name=”Jared Kirby” description=”Anythingisaweaponlate”  amount=”10000″]