Friday July 4
except Saturday and Sunday
Kate Al Shama
the participation of the Paris Pantheatre Training
DTM, 6 rue de la Folie Méricourt 75011 Paris, Métro St. Ambroise
/ TEXTS / MOVEMENT integration, based on ENSEMBLE improvisation
with special inclusion of each participant's background and contribution, and
including the Roy Hart voice training.
Academy of Boredom|| |
simple objets, but also puppets and masks, in collaboration with Anne Lacoste.
Description and principles of the 'Academy
are asked to choose and bring a text of some 300 words or more, learnt by heart.
The choice of text and genre is free (it does not have to be a theatre monologue,
nor refer to mythology, not to the theme of Virgins), but
very important: learn it by heart - you will have your hands full while on the
floor, so it is essential to be free of memory struggles. Avoid texts which are
too poetically condensed or linguistically complex - please, dear Anglo friends,
try to refrain from Shakespeare, (unless you really cannot help it, in which case
we will thoroughly enjoy it...), and consider contemporary texts.
use very simple objects to start with: large materials, sticks, cardboard. Participants
who wish can bring their own working objects, and also consult Enrique Pardo on
leading up to the workshop
and June, Anne Lacoste will direct a mask, puppets and "object" construction
atelier. The idea is to create objects as it were "on the go". Anne
Lacoste will propose simple construction procedures, using cheap materials and
junk, as well as clay, plaster, plaster bandages, wood glue, aluminum paper....
55€ for 3 sessions of three hours, including basic working material, in groups
of three persons wishing to share the same construction procedures (especially
in a first phase: face masks or modeling.)
at 26 rue des Francs-Bourgeois in the Marais area (Métro : Saint-Paul).
Two working rooms of 40 and 30 m2, equiped for : carpentry, clay sculpture, sowing
Lots of odd materials to use. For the masks, the simplest procedure would be papier
mâché from a paster mould.
join this atelier, please contact Anne Lacoste via email@example.com
timetables || |
June 23 to Friday July 4
10h-13h + 14h30-18h
28 and Sunday 29 will be dedicated to the Symposium
for ? ||Open
General information on workshop participants
Group" is part of the Pantheatre / Roy Hart Paris Training
Programme - it works together twice a week and in workshops through the year.|
DTM, 6 rue de la Folie Méricourt 75011 Paris, Métro St. Ambroise.|
28 Sunday 29
on a choice of texts
requested contributions from
while hunting, surprises Artemis/Diana, naked at her bath. She transforms him
into a stag which his own dogs tear to pieces. Artemis/Diana is one of the great
virgin Goddesses of the Greek/Roman mythology.|
is one of its most talked-about myths. Some see it as the confrontation with "the
naked truth"; others see in it the murderous brutality of artemisian virginity;
some feminists see it as a mythical commentary on the transgression of the male
gaze on women. Et cétera.
is the theme the 2003 Myth and Theatre Festival had proposed; we are exploring
some aspects of this project.|
has always played a fundamental role in dance. For instance, referring to the
myth of Diana and Acteon, Karine Saporta, a spectacular French choreographer,
questioned the excessive sensibility of dancers who can't take the gaze of spectators
- who refuse to 'show' their bodies in a specular, spectacular way.|
on Dance and Mythology.
and Politics|| |
editorial for the VIRGINS Festival took a militant position. We will discuss it
during the Symposium.
Consult the editorial.
28 and Sunday 29 June; exact times to be announced|
3 sessions of hours
to the Symposium (15€, without workshop registration.)|
artist and sculptor, she creates puppets for a broad range of companies since
2000. Wors in Paris and Naples. Anne Lacoste will be directing a construction
workshop of mask, puppets and objects.|
Al Shama|| |
actress, dancer, singer, she is writing a PhD on the work of Pantheatre
(University of California, Santa Barbara.) She will participate in the work and
present the first two chapters of her thesis, under the title :
and Thieves: Michel de Certeaus tactics as technique in Pantheatre
and martial arts intructor, he has trained and collaborated with Pantheatre for
many years. He is the artistic director of Theatre Insaan in Glasgow, and has
worked with David Glass Ensemble, Rose Theatre Company, Royal National Theatre
/ Théâtre De Complicité, among others. |
For the members of the Panthéâtre
/ Paris Training Programme|
40% Reduction (275€)
: 15€ for the two sessions (Saturday 28 and Sunday 29)|
of AFDAS individual approval.|
register, please send a brief CV and a letter of motivation
to Panthéâtre. |
will be confirmed on reception of a
150 € deposit made out to "Pantheatre",
refundable in case of cancellation before May 31 May 2003, less 50€ of administrative
costs. Prices are net of all bank changes.
remainder to be paid on the first day of the workshop.
number of participants in the workshop: 18
to 45 persons. Book earliest: firstname.lastname@example.org