Soulprint Players

The Soulprint Players are InterPlay Atlanta's performance ensemble.
The Soulprint Players are an InterPlay performance ensemble. Using the improvisational forms of InterPlay, Soulprint Players use suggestions and information from the audience to create dance, song and story in the moment. Interplay performance is a vehicle for group exploration of themes both difficult and sublime. The ensemble consists of trained performers as well as those new to performance. A common thread in the ensemble is the willingness to explore truth in the moment and express that through the common language of the InterPlay forms. -Jennifer Denning

In February 2015, the first performance for the Soulprint Players will be on the 14th as part of "The Revolution of Love: A Benefit Concert for Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence: 
The Revolution of Love: A Benefit for Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Soulprint Players will be one of seven performances the Synchronicity Theatre on February 14th, 2015, at 8:00 pm. Go here for information about tickets: www.GCADV.org.

AFTER GRATITUDE. In November 2014, the Soulprint Players gave their first performance on the theme of gratitude. (photo by Dean Hesse)
Here are links to more about the first performance of Soulprint Players: 

On Being Seen, by Jennifer Denning
Ta Da! Soulprint Players' Premier Performance, by Ruth Schowalter

Other performances of InterPlay Atlanta's Soulprint Players in 2014: 

We supported Sheila K. Collins in performances of her book, Warrior Mother: Fierce Love, Unbearable Loss, and Rituals that Heal.
BOOK PERFORMANCE WITH SHEILA K. COLLINS. This photo was taken after performing Sheila's book at the Darnell Senior Multipurpose Center in Atlanta, Georgia in May 2014. (photo by Ruth Schowalter)
Here are two blog entries (written by Ruth Schowalter) about our work with Sheila K. Collins: 

Performing Warrior Mother at the Darnell Senior Multipurpose Center (May 2014)
Warrior Mother Sheila Collins (March 2014)

I SEE YOU FREE. In the summer of 2014, InterPlay Atlanta performers after dancing at the celebration marking 5o years of the Civil Rights Act and Voting Rights Act. (photo by Trish Weaver)
In June 2014, our InterPlay Atlanta performance troupe went to the First Congregational church, which is one of the oldest African American churches in Atlanta and played a big role in the Civil Rights Movement to participate in the celebration, "I See You Free."  As InterPlayers, we helped commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

Read Christine Gautreaux's blog entry about InterPlay Atlanta's participation in this performance, "I See You Free":

Creating Day #8, I See You Free (June 2014)

Curious about InterPlay Performance and what goes on behind the scenes to develop an ensemble? Visit these blogs to read about performance workshops given by seasoned InterPlayers, Sheila K. Collins, Phil Porter, and Tom Henderson and Ginny Going: 

Ecstatic Following with Sheila Collins 

Saying Yes and Finding the Thing with Sheila Collins

Creating a Container and Creating the Thing with Sheila Collins

Give Performance a Hug with Phil Porter

The Power of Story with Ginny Going and Tom Henderson 

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