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Week 3 of the Physical Intensive – Comedy and Acrobatics

by Ellen Mueller on July 11, 2009, no comments

To start things off, here’s a pic from last week’s project in the realm of tragedy and set to the Yeats poem: This week is described on the Dell’Arte International website as: Week 3: THE DRAMATIC REALMS: The Human Comedy With a focus on craft–  rhythm, timing, partnership, entrance/exit, dynamics, the mask and more – […]

Physical Intensive Workshop so far…

by Ellen Mueller on July 6, 2009, no comments

Here I am, already finished with the first two weeks of this four-week Physical Theatre Intensive workshop!  Time is flying by. Dell’Arte International describes the weeks best on their website: Week 1 : “NEVER TOO CLEAN” The essential work of Dell’Arte founder Carlo Mazzone-Clementi, known as “The Showers,”  because “you are never too clean to […]

Blue Lake, California

by Ellen Mueller on June 28, 2009, no comments

Here are some pics of quaint little Blue Lake, CA. This is the type of housing we live in.   This is the Blue Lake Museum. I haven’t been yet, but I plan on swinging by on Sunday – it’s only open in the afternoons on Sunday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. These poppies are all over […]

Dell’Arte International at Blue Lake CA

by Ellen Mueller on June 22, 2009, no comments

Blue Lake is a beautiful small town (only around 1000 people) situated right next to the Mad River.  There’s not much here other than Dell’Arte International – a cafe, post office, bar, laundromat, a bed & breakfast, and a small industrial park.  However, the surrounding natural beauty makes up for the tininess.  I don’t think I […]

Ellen Update – Summer Edition

by Ellen Mueller on May 11, 2009, one comment

So I just wrapped up my first year of grad school, and am loving the free time to finally take full advantage of the beach! This semester has been a hectic one (when isn’t it?) full of exhibitions and performances (and more and more and more). This summer is going to be busy, but very […]