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Call out for female participants - Join Nic Green for Tea & Cakes

Date: 7 December 2009 Time: 15.00-16.00 pm

Venue: The Peter Scott Gallery

JOIN NIC GREEN FOR TEA>&CAKES Nic Green - Trilogy

Call out for female participants

"All ages, shapes, sizes, professions abilities… athletic, curvy, short tall… we want it all!" - Nic Green

'*****' - The Guardian

Trilogy is an epic three-part show, to be performed in the Nuffield Theatre, by Nic Green and her collaborators, a celebration of the female form and of what it means to be an individual, dynamic woman and to feel empowered and allowed to be that.

Nic is looking for local women to join her in performing Part 1 - a high-energy ensemble naked dance - no previous performance experience is required.

Nic would like to meet anyone who's interested in finding out more about the performance for (fully clothed) tea and cakes at the Peter Scott Gallery (Lancaster University) & The Gregson Centre (Moor Lane, Lancaster).

This will be a fun and friendly opportunity to find out a little more about the project and to chat to Nic about what it means to be involved.

Please contact Alice on 01524 592994alice@nuffieldtheatre.comor come along to either session.

TEA&CAKE SESSIONS Mon 7th Dec 2009 3-4pm - Peter Scott Gallery 5.30-6.30 pm - The Gregson

Event website: http://www.nuffieldtheatre.com

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Who can attend: Anyone

 

Further information

Associated staff: Rachel Baynton (Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts), Alice Booth (Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts), Julia Carradus (Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts), Matt Fenton (Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts), Joanne Towers (Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts)

Organising departments and research centres: Centre for Gender and Women's Studies, Centre for the Advanced Study of Contemporary Performance Practice, Culture, Theory, Context, English and Creative Writing, Feminist Media Studies Research Group, Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts, PALATINE - Performing Arts Learning & Teaching Innovation Network , Performativity Research Group, Theatre Studies

Keywords: Feminism, Feminist and critical race theory, Feminist cultural studies of science and technology, Feminist literary and cultural theory, Feminist perspectives, Feminist philosophy, Feminist research methodologies, Feminist theory, Participation, Participation, Performance, Performance art, Performance practice, Theatre, Theatre and performance, Theatre studies, Women's autobiography, Women's narratives, Women's studies, Women's writing

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