Inside/Out Classes: Christopher K. Morgan

Moving image

Identifier
6681
Videographer/Filmmaker
Andie Knudson
Date:
August 8 2019
Venue:
Inside/Out Stage
Description:
Native Hawaiian choreographer Christopher K. Morgan and his collaborators Elsie Kaliehulukea Ryder and Wytold lead a workshop for Jacob's Pillow staff, interns, and community that incorporates storytelling, moving, and chanting. This class relates to Morgan's Inside/Out dance theater piece Pōhaku (the Hawaiian word for stone), which incorporates stones in the performance. In this workshop, Morgan and his collaborators share stories about the role of stones in traditional Hawaiian culture and their own lives. Workshop participants gather and pass stones according to traditional Hawaiian protocols.
Access Format
SD DVD;HD blu-ray
Master Format
digital movie file
Duration
32m 22.0s
Camera
one

Related productions
Pōhaku (2019)
Related events
The Land on Which We Dance
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