THE HESS COLLECTIVE
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DEVELOPMENT | PERFORMANCE | TRAINING
The Hess Collective generates original work that addresses issues of social and global urgency through heightened realism, cross-cultural collaboration and inter-disciplinary creation. Through embodied exploration, diverse artists uncover theatrical events that transcend language barriers. By diving into the inner landscape, the work releases psychic contents that lead to the immediacy of a shared transformative experience.
Workshops provide an opportunity for theater artists to become versed in Hess’ unique approach to embodied performance. This hybrid technique engages ‘States of Being’ that explore who we are at any given moment and how that changes according to the activation of specific behavioral, physiological and psychological conditions of existence. By accessing these interconnected states of being, artists learn to experiment, enliven and enlarge their artistic palette.
Work one on one with our artistic director, Elizabeth Hess.
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Collective members and invited guests only. These days allow us to tune-up all of the different moving parts and go back to the ABCs of the Hess Collective's methods and approaches to creation.
The Hess Collective thanks you for your generosity! Your support means we can continue to make art that matters!
GRANTS: Our work is made possible in part with funding from The Foundation of Contemporary Arts, Indie Theater Fund, NYU Development Grant, and The Puffin Foundation.
DONORS: Anonymous, Ryan Amador, Alice Barrett, Paul Bedard, Barbara Bilodeau,
Mary Bitel, Cheryl Dolinger Brown, Richard Charney, Josette Cornelius, Dyan Elliott,
Amy Francis, Paul Hecht, Teresa Herold, Mary Lou Hess, Lewis Holman, Alix Keast,
David Keltz, Bonnie Kramm, Maggie Low, Janet Margolis, Joe McGowan, Antonio Merenda, David Moulton, Mary Jane Murray, Niclas Nagler, Katie Palmer, Doug Paulson,
Angela Pietropinto, Lorca Press, Courtney Prose, Bernice Rohret, Cecilia Rubino,
Robert Spence, Marya Ursin, Kathleen Wentrack.