Do you want to create more expressive, physical theatre? Do you want to find new ways to use your body and movement onstage? Then you should attend the DRAMATURGY OF PHYSICAL ACTION workshops! There are two workshops this summer: In Brussels 3-5 August and in Berlin 8-13 August. These workshops can teach you how to use movement and physical action as a dramaturgical tool. You will be able to learn exercises and techniques that will help you develop meaningful, powerful performances.
Some of the topics that will be covered include: working with space and partners, making theatre without words, using the body to create character and emotion, and developing physical action sequences. This workshop is perfect for theatre directors, actors, and anyone who wants to enhance their understanding and use of physicality in performance.
The workshop is being led by Sergei Ostrenko, a theatre director, choreographer, and teacher with over 20 years of experience. He has taught at universities and theatre schools in Ukraine, Belgium, Russia, France, and Germany. His work has been presented at festivals and venues across Europe.
Also the workshop in Berlin is taught by Gennadiy Ostrenko, a highly experienced teacher of biomechanics and stage designer. Sergey Ostrenko together with Gennadiy have taught this workshop all over the world, and it is open to theatre directors, actors, dancers, and anyone interested in learning more about physical theatre.
So why attend this workshop instead of another one that's available to you? First, the quality of the teaching is excellent. Sergei Ostrenko is a highly experienced and respected theatre teacher. Second, this workshop focuses specifically on using physicality and movement in theatre. If you're looking to improve your skills in this area, this is the workshop for you. Finally, the price is very reasonable, especially considering the quality of the teaching and the length of the workshop.
If you're interested in learning more about how to create expressive, physical theatre, then sign up for the DRAMATURGY OF PHYSICAL ACTION workshops today!