THE GREEK TRAGEDIES
© Marianne Klausen
The aim is: 1. to unblock one’s true voice through an exploratory process of the vocal centre as part of the whole body – and not merely to train the voice in a narrow and limited way. 2. to reconnect with the power of one’s voice is to integrate it with the centres ofemotion, sex & imagination”
Audition for Love Lust Eros & War project.
During the 2015 /2016 season participants in the Soundings are invited to participate in the audition process of the Archetypes: Love Lust Eros & War project which is a collaborative 3 year project of research and performance with Compagnie Achtli Asbl, Bruxelles Belgique.
Work in the Projekt is paid.
Participants must declare their intention to audition for this project and must learn completely one of the texts provided by the organizers.
The selection of actors will be made in the autumn of 2016 to participate in the final audition in Bruxelles.
WER: Ryszard Nieoczym
WANN: 2. - 4. März 2016 | 13 bis 17 Uhr und 5. - 6. März 2016 | 14:30 bis 19:30
*Für Audition / Vorsprechen: jeweils 1 Stunde mehr pro Tag
PREIS: 215€ | 185€ Frühere Studenten von Ryszard Nieoczym oder mit
Ryszard Nieoczym is founder & co-artistic director of LeTHAL / Le Theatre de L'Homme Actor's Laboratorium, a theatre research and performance centre Toronto Canada, and Wildflecken Theater, Berlin. He has directed over 45 professional theatre productions in Europe, Canada and the USA. He is a former student and collaborator of Jerzy Grotowski in both his theatrical and paratheatrical work. As a playwright, he has written over 30 plays which have all been produced. His artistic vision is the creation of Imaginal Theatre rooted in mythic sources. The focus of his work is theatre research and the deepening of the actor's craft, which he calls “Soundings”. Current Soundings take place in across Europe and Canada in cities like Thessaloniki, Athens, Berlin, Vienna, Amsterdam, Bruxelles, Quebec City or Montreal.
- 2. März 2016 13:00
- 3. März 2016 13:00
- 4. März 2016 13:00
- 5. März 2016 14:30
- 6. März 2016 14:30
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