Introductory Weekend Workshop

CREATING THEATRE AND PERFORMANCE – Weekend Workshop in association with the London International Mime Festival

Sat 23/Sun 24 January 2010 - 10am-6pm

£100 for the two days

Bookings: 020 8215 3390

A new generation of performing artists is changing the landscape of modern theatre. What began a few decades ago as an avant-garde movement has changed the vision of main stream theatre as well. The idea of the performer as a creator of her/his own work is no longer a fringe phenomenon, but reflects the broad desire of an entire generation of performers to develop their very own artistic voice and to take creative responsibility in shaping their vision of life.

The London International School of Performing Arts (LISPA) is entirely dedicated to the idea of Creating Theatre and Performance and offers students from around the world a place for artistic individuation, exploration and encounter.

This two-day physical and improvisational workshop will give an insight into the teachings of the school and its unique vision of an integral theatre pedagogy for the performing arts. It addresses performers, dancers, actors, directors and teachers in the field of the performing arts with an interest in the idea of creating original work.

The workshop will be led by Thomas Prattki, Michael Brown and Aurelian Koch.

If you are interested in attending, please contact the school for a booking form on 0208 215 3390 or through this website's contact form.

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