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Asheville's 7th Annual Collaborative InterPlay Untensive

  • Cathedral of All Souls Church Asheville, NC (map)

with Lorrie Streifel and Darlene Kucken


Join your spirit with other creative beings and luxuriate in a weekend-long community experience of movement, story, voice and stillness—set in the beautiful blooming mountains of Asheville. Friday, May 3: 6:30 pm (gathering) and InterPlay begins 7:15 - 9:00 pm Saturday, May 4: 10:00 am – 9:00 pm Sunday, May 5: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm All this InterPlay for a mere suggested donation of $120 – $150 sliding scale! This is a non-residential event (some barter or homestay opportunities may be possible). You want to be part of this expansive experience! Join in the Fun! We will gather at the lovely historic Cathedral of All Souls Church, 2 Angle St. in Biltmore Village on Friday and Saturday. Sunday we meet at Terpsicorps Studio (1501 Patton Ave) in West Asheville. Both locations are within minutes of downtown and close to many restaurants, shops and hotels.

For more information

For questions about registration, general questions, or possible barter or homestay opportunities: contact Darlene at 919-623-7037 or by email at

To register

Send a $50.00 deposit payable to InterPlay Asheville to: Darlene Kucken, 401 Sweeten Way, Asheville NC 28803. Please provide your contact information. Spaces are limited, so don’t wait to register. Everyone must register in advance.


$120 – 150 sliding scale


Lorrie Streifel

Darlene Kucken

Darlene has been exploring InterPlay forms and practices for about 13 years (give or take) and has definitely had her life enhanced by these practices. You would never know she used to be an introverted wall flower! After just a short time doing InterPlay she came to realize how much her energy made a difference in a room of people. So there's no telling what difference her Big Body Spirit could make on the planet if she just let it shine! She now improvises her Life (quite well, thank you) using the learned tools, forms and practices of InterPlay. She attributes her playfulness to InterPlay, and also her quest for deeper meaning in her life and the life of the community she surrounds herself with. She witnesses how much InterPlay can bring out the most in those that bring a willingness of spirit to the InterPlay practices.

Earlier Event: April 20
Chapel Hill Playgroup
Later Event: May 4
Raleigh Playgroup