The same technique choreographers, painters, writers, orators, composers,
and filmmakers use in their respective disciplines, Composition is a
practice of “writing on your feet.” It encourages encourages expressive
(abstract) movement, rather than descriptive (behavioral) movement, and
functions as a non-hierarchical practice of working from impulse and
intuition that encourages collaboration and physical intelligence,
situating the body as a living, moving sculpture. You can use the
Composition method to create original work or rehearse and/or create the
performance text of a work of dramatic literature.

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Dana Legawiec

Elizabeth Mozer

Eileen Standley

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Judith Chaffee

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