First Pentecostal Church
879 Washington Ferry Road
Prattville, AL 36067
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6:15 PM - 9:30 PM FRIDAY
8:30 AM - 6:00 PM SATURDAY
1.175 PS RID/ACET CEUs
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If you are attending the workshop and need accommodations of any kind, including a Sign Language Interpreter, please contact our office ASAP to be sure we can inform the hosts of your needs. The workshop will be presented in voice and will include signed songs but will not have an interpreter fully present unless requested.
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the Stage to Life -
March 6th - 7th, 2020
This workshop is perfect for all levels of interaction with performance. Professional performance interpreters, educational interpreters, religious interpreters, conference interpreters, VRS interpreters, students, all can find valuable information in this workshop. This is a rare opportunity to laugh and learn and be challenged in ways you never have.
Each element of this workshop builds on the next. It tackles musical and musical theatre starting you at the basic process of getting a job, then covering the general preparation for your interpretation, moving to technical aspects of the field, philosophies of performance interpreting, skill development, performance practice, glossing, then finally personal analysis. This workshop emphasizes a lot of feedback. We do our best to have deaf consumers available on site to evaluate and challenge the attendees as we go. This workshop is a safe place to try new skills and techniques and a safe place to grow. No one is expected to be a pro when they walk in the door. We know interpreters want to grow but no one loves to "look bad" in front of our peers. Beginners to pros will all be challenged so everyone is "in the same boat". It's the perfect place to learn.
Hate musical intepreting? There are always a few of those who attend. Don't worry, these concepts work great in a science class, a doctor's office, in the court room, any place where interpreters go.
By registering for the workshop, you are agreeing to allow videotaping of the workshop, and the free use of your image and/or voice for future advertising and/or educational purposes. You also agree to indemnify and hold harmless Gate Communications, its staff, board, volunteers, and hosts from any personal or business related loss or injury.
Cancellation Policies: Any cancellation prior to the pre-registration deadline will be refunded the full price of the workshop minus a $10 processing fee. No refunds will be provided after the pre-registration deadline has passed.
If Gate Communications cancels due to inclement weather, the workshop will be held via the internet or scheduled for a later date. If the workshop is rescheduled, registrations will be transferred to the later date. If a paid participant cannot attend at that time, their registration fees will be held and applied to a future workshop of the participants choosing of equal or lesser value.
Gate promotes learning environments based on love and respect. We are organization which thrives on the administration of anti-ego, anti-criticism, anti-discrimination, and anti-drama based environments. We believe we are coming together as imperfect humans all striving to improve our skills and our character without judgement of our fellow interpreters, students, and community members.
PCRID is an Approved RID CMP Sponsor for Continuing Education Activities. These Professional Studies programs are offered for the CEUs listed above at the Little/None Content Knowledge Level