Dates: January 31, 10am-2pm; 3pm-7pm and February 1, 1pm-7pm
Cost: $120 for the weekend
The marriage of Hatha Yoga and Linklater Voice work has never felt so good! Come spend the weekend with Lydia Mackay, actress,theatre professor, and yoga teacher, for a deepening of the stretch and a release of the voice. We will explore the basics of yoga, breath connection, and a freeing of the natural voice; so bring a mat or a towel, a willingness to make strange sounds, a piece of text (dramatic, poetic, or presentational speech), an open heart, and an attitude of fun. Whether you are an actor or a business person, our goal is to get you more in touch with your authentic physical and vocal self, to gain self confidence and strengthen our levels of communication.
Lydia Mackay holds a BFA in Theatre from Texas Wesleyan University and an MFA in Acting from Southern Methodist University. Primarily a stage and voice actress, she also teaches performance classes at TCU. She was also awarded the “Theatre Arts Educator Award” by the Live Theatre League last year. She works commercially and in film, performs live readings, coaches’ young actors, designs props and masks, directs, and produces. Lydia is a Certified Yoga Teacher, a proud member of the Actor’s Equity Association, and is represented by the Mary Collins Agency of Dallas.