PHYSICAL ACTION ON STAGE | NIPAI | Berlin | August expired Free
Posted by: New International Performing Arts Institute
Posted on: Apr. 04, 2019
Type: In Person
PHYSICAL ACTION ON STAGE
6-days International Workshop
26-31 August, 2019
Berlin - Germany
The international program aims at practicing theatre directors, choreographers and performing arts practitioners who are interested in practical investigations of performance making and physical theater.
This workshop is specifically designed to prepare participants for professional practice in a short time, both within the educational context and within the professional development of performer.
The workshop is open to practicing theatre directors, choreographers and performing arts practitioners who are interested to acquire tools necessary for director's to create contemporary productions through a practical investigation of the performance making process, actors training and ensemble building.
Performers will practically explore:
how to build up images and characters playing with physical language of movement, relationships with space and partners;
how to connect isolated elements into the whole performance fragments;
how to unfold the actor’s creative nature and freedom in improvisation and spontaneity in the rehearsal process and the training.
Students will be introduced to Meyerhold's "Biomechanics", M.Chekhov's "Psychological Gesture" and Stanislavsky's "Physical Action", with experienced professional practitioners, experts in performing arts pedagogy, directing and practice in multicultural groups and multidisciplinary projects - Ostrenko Brothers.
OSTRENKO BROTHERS METHOD
The Ostrenko Brothers' Method is internationally renowned, from Russia to the USA, from Iceland to South Africa, from Canada to Australia, from Singapore to Italy and beyond.
The Ostrenko Brothers' Method is a systematic approach to performance, which generates innovative productions utilising concepts, ideas, and existing play-texts. It introduces some of the effective techniques and approaches towards contemporary performance practice in the context of the short rehearsal time and multicultural aspect of the creative team.
Ostrenko Brothers method offers the tools and support necessary for students to reach their full potential.
The programs aim to explore performer's physicality, step beyond the limits of text-based acting through the introduction of V. Meyerhold’s “Biomechanics”, K. Stanislavski's “Physical Action”, M. Chekhov’s “Psychological Gesture” and elements from modern techniques.