The Bus Stop Theatre Coop – Trade School Workshop Series. $30 each for the public.
Each workshop is FREE to Co-op Members!
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SPACE IS VERY LIMITED, and will be offered on a first-come, first-serve basis.
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Once you have a zoom link to this online workshop will be sent to you in advance of the workshop date.
Workshop details: Online, January 28th, 6:30pm-8:30pm
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- Understanding social media metrics and creating content to optimize growth.
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- Creating a road map to establish a new account into a solid foundation.
About Your Workshop Leader:
Cavell Holland is a young creative hailing from Halifax, Nova Scotia. His artistry cannot be defined solely by one medium. Cavell uses dance, acting, and design as the primary vehicles for his expression.
Beginning his career dancing at the age of 15, Cavell decided that professional performance was a passion, not a hobby. Studying dance with Halifax’s The Woods, and at Broadway Dance Center in New York City, he trained with world renowned choreographers including Luam, Neil Schwartz, Gil DuDulau, and Parris Goebel, Jermaine Browne, Jojo Gomez, and Mishay Petronelli. Cavell’s versatility and unique style has led him to work in a number of capacities with a plethora of artists. Holland has choreographed and performed works for screen and stage, for the likes of We Day, A Tribe Called Red, Neon Dreams, KinCrew, CTV’s “I Do ReDo”, FAMBA, and Vardaan Aurora to name a few. Since, his artistic pursuits have translated to recognition and expansion, in 2019 Cavell was named Halifax’s Best Dancer and Choreographer and is currently faculty at Halifax’s own House of Eights Dance Studio.
In addition to dancing, Cavell uses his understanding of physicality and performance to expand into other realms. He is an accomplished actor, featured in the ensemble of CBC’s Studio Black, which was nominated for a Canadian Screen Award, and received a NS Screen Award for “Best TV Series.” Recently, Cavell was featured in short film “W O | L F”, the official selection for numerous International Film Festivals, including Cannes Short Film Festival, Sydney Indie Festival, Toronto Independent Film Festival and OUT&LOUD Film Festival in Pune, India.
Cavell’s insatiable hunger to evolve and bold, colourful execution paired with his fusion of intricacy, fluidity, and attention to detail provide an energetic, captivating trip for all who experience.
*Join the Co-op now to get discount prices on our workshops!
If you want to attend, yet cost is an issue, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll do our best to accommodate your needs. We hope to make these workshops as accessible as possible!
The Bus Stop Theatre Co-op – Trade School Workshop Series offers monthly workshops to enhance skills that make artistic production more accessible. Stay tuned for the next workshop announcement!
The Trade School Workshop Series is made possible thanks to the support of the Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage.