The Performing and Creative Artist Training Workshops
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thank you ____  Al Germani 

Lynx Theatre and Film Is Excited to Announce Our 

“From Good Into Excellence, Pushing The Bounds Of Artistry” 
Performing and Creative Artist Training 

“Innovative and Ground breaking” 

Incorporating Creative and Performing Arts Training Exercises
With  Psychodynamic Development Techniques 

The Performing and Creative Artists Workshops are specifically designed to provide an opportunity for Performing and Creative Artists to evolve from a “Good” solid level of artistry to a high level of Excellence that includes performing and creating at your maximum potential.

Workshops are designed and facilitated by Lynx Theatre and Film artistic director Al Germani LCSW, his combination of 25 years experience and graduate education as a licensed psychotherapist and in the performing & creative arts lends a unique insight and understanding to his artistic vision and teaching style and methods. ( Full resume below )
 For All Info on Lynx Theatre and Film and Artistic Director Al Germani LCSW please visit: http://www.lynxperformance.com/ 

 For All Info on Lynx Films New Documentary Short “Angel’s Reach” Please Visit:  http://lynxfilmworks.wordpress.com/ 

The Primary goal is Creative and Performance Development for Intermediate/Advanced and Professional level Theatre & Film Actors, Singers, Songwriters, Poets, Musicians, Visual and Literary Artists, Comedy Drama & Musical Writer/Performers, Playwrights, Dancers, Choreographers, Screenwriters and Film & Theatre Directors.

The Classes are a two hour workshop format incorporating comprehensive techniques from around the world specifically designed to help performing and creative artist’s advance their Onstage, “On The Page” and “On The Canvas” performance and push for excellence.

The Weekly Workshops ( No Contracts, Drop-ins Only )  are designed for those who are working to expand their artistry and all need to be ready to work at a high level. Because the primary goal is the development of our potential for creative and performance, much of the work can be emotionally provocative and

Workshop Fees: Your First Class Is Free but we now have a Sliding Fee Admission Policy. This means that The Workshops and all Future Lynx Productions Will Have A Suggested Admission Fee, If you would like to donate more it is appreciated, if you can’t afford the fee it will be negotiated according to what you can afford to pay.
Suggested Fee for Workshops is $20 >>> FIRST WORKSHOP IS FREE 

The Performing & Creative Artist Workshops
Continue Weekly on Sundays 11:00 am – 1:00 pm ( See Schedule Below ) and Meet at the Lynx Theatre at SDDanceworks,  2653 Ariane Dr. SDCA 92117

For Map and directions please visit the Lynx website at:
For All Information and ongoing schedules for our Workshops Please Bookmark this Site at: https://lynxperformance.wordpress.com/

For Reviews, Interviews, Photos and all information on Lynx Theatre & Film and Artistic Director and
Workshop Facilitator Al Germani LCSW, Please visit: http://www.lynxperformance.com/
E-mail Contact us at:  theatre@lynxperformance.com

“Critic’s Pick ” __ San Diego Union Tribune

•  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  WORKSHOP  SCHEDULE  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •

• Sunday  Dec 11th ••• Workshop  11 am – 1:00 pm
• Sunday  Dec 18th ••• NO WORKSHOP
• Sunday  Dec 25th •••
• Sunday Jan 8th ••• Workshop 11 am – 1:00 pm
• Sunday Jan 15h ••• NO WORKSHOP
• Sunday Jan 22nd ••• Workshop 11am – 1:30pm
• Sunday Jan 29th ••• NO WORKSHOP

Schedule Changes Will Be Updated Here At lynxperformance.wordpress.com.
Please bookmark this Blog Site for future listings.
The Performing/Creative Artist Workshops Will Meet in the Lynx Theatre Space at SDDanceworks
Please wear comfortable clothes and soft soled shoes that you can move in.

For Reviews, Interviews, Photos and all Information on
Lynx Theatre & Film and
Artistic Director and Workshop Facilitator Al Germani LCSW
Please Vist: http://www.lynxperformance.com/

The Class is NOT about teaching craft and is not ment to be, or replace, acting, singing, creative writing, dance, music or visual art training.  The primary goal is to decrease the false-self ( the self-conscious, defensive ego ) and the conscious and subconscious inhibiting interference that it creates and also to cultivate the True-Self ( the functional ego ) that fosters the release of our true, authentic potential and cultivates our long term artistic growth.

While we will be using:
– Vocal work ( acting, singing, writing and pre-verbal exercises)
– Dramatic and Psychological exercises and improvisation
– Movement exercises and techniques
– Rhythm techniques and percussion exercises
– Creative and experimental composition exercises

They will all be designed and utilized to promote the primary goal of  the cultivation                                                                                                        of that elusive something that exists beyond craft and technique.

Actors, Dancers and elite athletes call it the “The Zone“, Jazz pioneer Miles Davis called it “The Space“, Mozart called it “Being with God“, during the Renaissance Italians called it having “Grazia” (Grace),  In Buddhism it’s “Satori“, to Michelangelo “Intelleto” and Psychologist Mihály Csíkszentmihályi, who has been recognized for his work in this area, named it “Being in Flow“.

Every spiritual and life philosophy method for the development of  human potential has it’s own variation of naming, investigating and separating the inhibiting, self-clinging ego from the deeper creative self in order to release full, genuine potential for life and artistry. The workshops are designed to foster this authentic and creative way of being with your art and with your world that incorporates:

  • Full immersion in the moment with an energized, clear, razor sharp focus
  • Complete attachment with our authentic preconscious (and our true creative and performing potential).
  • Action merges with awareness, is intensely rewarding and effortlessness and all self- consciousness dissolves.
  • In the action the artist is functioning at their Full Creative & Performance Potential.

  • Class Goals include:
  • find our own unique ways to access and develop that “place” where we release our true abilities whether they be in performing, compositional or visual arts.
  • develop potential for immediacy, conviction and authenticity.
  • increase body awareness and comfortability with our physical well being
  • improve ability to spontaneously follow dramatic, emotional, and physical action to enhance and maximize “in the moment” authenticity.
  • balance, breath and rhythm work to develop a deeper sense of ourselves and awareness of our presence and influence on the world around us.

Workshop Teacher: Al Germani  LCSW

Masters Degree in Psychiatric Social Work:       SDSU/UCSD                                                                             Graduate Studies in Performing Arts:        SDSU, Slippery Rock State, Point Park University,
University of Pittsburgh.
Bachelors Degree Psychology & Fine Arts:    Rutgers College

Al Germani has been a theatre/film director, teacher, choreographer, musician and a board certified licensed psychotherapist for the past 25 years. The combination of experience and graduate education in psychiatry and the performing arts, as well as extensive background in progressive theatre, performance art, modern & progressive dance, jazz, worldbeat percussion and Buddhist Studies lends a unique insight and understanding to his artistic vision and teaching style and methods.
Al is the Artistic Director of the award winning, critically acclaimed Lynx Theatre and also Lynx Films, has taught Dance and Theatre in private studios and at SDSU and Grossmont college, Designed and taught the Movement Training For Athletes Class at SDSU and continues to specialize in providing psychotherapy for Artists:  http://www.psychotherapyfortheartist.com


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