Inviting you to work on a specific story or piece, and find its depths within you. Preparing it for performance at a fireside, an open-mic night, or on a stage.
Bring a story, or basis for a devised work, which you are familiar with & have ‘taken in’: A Myth, Fairytale, a story you’ve written, a concept for a piece which you have a basic structure for.
Though the workshop’s primary focus is on specific performance techniques, time will be given to your personal emotional landscape ‘sitting beneath/ as foundations’ to the story or performance piece you bring.
It is recommended that you attend this course only if you have previously attended courses with Deborah, OR another physical theatre teacher: Familiarity with physicality in performance will allow the group to build on specific techniques – as well as focus on personal unique style (this calls for basic experience in use of physical techniques as a starting point). Please write to Deborah directly if you have questions regarding this; firstname.lastname@example.org
We will work with the following focuses:
1) Exploring Your Natural Physicality – the basis for your style
2) Breaking Out of Your Rhythm – the basis for dynamism
3) Looking at Life Themes – connecting you to the story/ piece of work
4) Voice & The Inner World
5) The Generative Image
6) Structure – The relationship between the structure of the story or devised piece, with the use of space & movement.
At the end of the session on Sunday April 1st there will be a closed sharing circle of work.
– Creatively Safe – Creatively Stretched
Dates & Times:
Friday March 30th: 6pm-9pm
Saturday March: 31st 17th: 10:30am – 7pm
Sunday April 1st: 10:30am – 5pm
£168/ £138/ £110
Full/ Concession/ Bursary
Please write to Deborah with 2 paragraphs about how doing this course would benefit you, inc. why its important for you to have a bursary place. There are 2 available.
This course is limited to 10 places in total.
Deborah is a theatre maker, storyteller and facilitator.
She has been facilitating workshops in storytelling, authentic public speaking, mask work, clown and physical theatre for 5 years.
She has directed and performed in shows and storytelling performances from London to South Korea including at The Wardrobe, The Cube & Circomedia (to name Bristol venues).
She has a deep passion for working with people, to connect them with their imaginations and bodies.
Deborah is part of the CoResist Artists Collective, resident at Hamilton House. This is a CoResist supported event.