PHYSICAL on STAGE
A Workshop by Carlos Rodero
PHYSICAL on STAGE is an introduction to the use of Physical Theatre Techniques focused on performers —dancers and choreographers— who aspire to transgress the definition of the conventional performance and get into the field of experimentation. It aims to establish the basis for a physical language training understood as the main driving force for the dramaturgy of a post-dramatic staging. It intends to make the performer aware of his role in the creative process of an inclusive performance. To do this, we offer a guide that can help the performer to explore and develop his initiative and creativity and try to motivate him to deepen into his knowledge & experience.
A training based on exercises that generates creative answers from the dancers to concrete scenic issues and explore their skills and limits.
A work that prompts and fosters the needs from the artists and its own world possibilities as well as explores the borders between dance and theatre. Intend to give extra tools to dancers in order they achieve their own way of understanding how to became a more complete performer.
I. Preparing the Body
II. The Performing Body
III. [Un]masking the Body
IV. The Physical Text
V. The Body and the Object
VI. The Physical and the Audience
NOTE: A developed programme will be published soon.
July 15 - 18
From Monday to Thursday
16,30 to 21,00
HOW TO APPLY
Please, to apply fill this form, we will contact you.
We will ask you as well to prepare an exercise improvisation to be developed during the workshop. [A Hole in the Darkness]
MISERO PROSPERO Project is a Spanish-Hungarian dance-theatre company based in Budapest, Hungary lead by the Spanish stage director and playwright Carlos Rodero. In effect from the end of 2007, we show stage productions, including pieces of dance, theatre, music and other disciplines related to show business, with artistic and professional integrity and with a special interest in finding and creating new languages for the stage. Working together with a team of talented collaborators (dancers, actors and actresses, technicians of light and sound, costume designers), we aim at embracing and realizing a new language of performance art and theatrical expression by creating a theatrical dramaturgy that combines drama elements, techniques, and cultural diversity. Our language beautifully navigates on the borders of dance-theater, physical theatre, applied arts, pantomime, and music.