Wednesday June 11 to Sunday 15 June 2014
Rockport, MA.
with Hariotte Hurie, Emily Sinagra and Sarah French

Do our senses help us or hinder us to see the world as it is?
You will go on three journeys - with music, narrative and the playful irreverence of the fool and clown. Join us and together we will unknow and lose ourselves in these worlds so that we may perpetually re-discover them.

Harriotte Hurie - Harriotte lost her sight when she was 6 1/2. She holds a Ph.D in Ethnomusicology from Wesleyan University and lives, teaches, and plays in Somerville, MA. Harriotte believes that we are all singers and dancers when we forget the history of what others tell us about ourselves.

Emily Sinagra is from Gloucester, MA. She writes improvisationally as a means to capture stories that might never be told. Emily received an MFA in Creative Writing and an MA in Theater Education from Emerson College.

Sarah French trained as a psychotherapist before turning, with relief and joy, to the paradoxical world of “clown." She no longer practices psychotherapy, yet embraces clowning as a unique way to celebrate whole being. Sarah is an associate member of Nose to Nose (nosetonose.info) and has practiced clowning around the world with Jef Johnson and Vivian Gladwell, with whom she also teaches. She holds an MSW from New York University. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.

No experience required! Play allows all of us to develop our unique voices, exploring our edges and connecting to ourselves, each other, and the world in unanticipated ways.

Please contact Sarah at sarahfrench@nosetonose.info to register and for more detailed information. Let us know of your interest ASAP. Our registration due date is June 1st; our space will be limited to 12 participants.

More info:
Accommodation plus tuition: $520.
Check-in: Wednesday, June 11, 3pm - 5pm.
Departure: Sunday, June 15, 4 pm.
Meals: Stay tuned. If you can participate in the workshop and be our chef, in exchange for tuition, let us know immediately.
Explore Windhover at: http://www.windhover.org