'Glass Cannonball, High Window' at CRS
Center for Remembering & Sharing presents Glass Cannonball, High Window, - an evening of physical/dance theatre, created and performed by Heather Harpham and Cassie Termanat, at CRS (Center for Remembering and Sharing) on 29 Feb & 1 Mar 2008.
Glass Cannonball, High Window: In this highly physical theater work, two women traverse the wildness of the imagination with simple guides: a clothesline, fractured teacups, tiny blackbirds, tattered envelopes and the labyrinth of a thirty-year friendship.
Heather Harpham is a writer, solo performer, improviser and teacher. She has performed and taught improvisation for nearly 15 years, and has used improv to devise original solo theater pieces, which have been presented widely in New York City. She has performed at venues including DTW, Judson Church, Danspace Project at St. Mark's Church, and Dixon Place.
Cassie Terman is a performer, writer and teacher, currently living in NYC. She performs improvisations nationally and internationally, both solo and in collaboration. She has worked for over 16 years with Ruth Zaporah in Action Theater, is a Senior Teacher of the practice, and for the last 13 years has taught throughout the U.S. at universities, festivals, and theater and dance organizations.
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