Heather Harpham is a writer, performer and teacher of physical theater/improvisation. She is a Senior Teacher of Action Theater, a physical improvisation form, which synthesizes her early training in both theater and writing. Physical improvisation continues to be a generative source for her solo performances and collaborations. Together with Cassie & Danny Tunick, Harpham performs as part of the improvisational dance/theater company Second Nature. She is also a core member of the critically acclaimed physical theater group, Company SoGoNo. Artist Talk 5:30pm Monday, March 23 | The Commons Coffee @ The Commons 10:00am Tuesday, March 24 | The Commons Workshop Demonstration 5:30pm Wednesday, March 25 | The Commons with THR 302 Undergraduate Seminar Performance 7:30pm Thursday, March 26 | Baustian Theatre - Murphy Hall Burning is a highly kinetic, semi-comic romp through the landscapes of climage change where comedy, tragedy, activism, and cautious optimism collide. Using movement, song, monologue, and other imagery, it invokes Hurricane Sandy, our obsession with apocalyptic film, and countless other things that preoccupy us while Rome burns.
For more information about Heather Harpham, visit her website: http://www.heatherharpham.com.