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Sat, 27 Jul 2019 27 & 28 July
10.00 AM - 5.00 PM
**Fees are non-refundable
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WHEN: July 27 and 28 | 10 AM – 5 PM
FEE: INR 3500
Can theatre emerge from an inner impulse, a sensation, a feeling, an image, a dream?
Can dramatic narrative originate in the movement dynamic of the body?
Are events and external stimuli the only way to make theatre, or can the body be a storehouse of stories?
Is there a process to make theatre from in to out?
Using Lecoq based physical/devised theatre work and multi-modal creative processes, this two days workshop Moving Matter(s) facilitated by Anitha Santhanam, will help performers find inspiration, imagery and a powerful structure for artistic creation.
|| ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Anitha Santhanam is a seasoned performer and facilitator with over a decade of work in dance and theatre in India and abroad. She is a two time awardee of the Charles Wallace India Trust scholarship, through which she completed a two year Advanced Diploma in Creating Theatre and Performance and Pedagogical training in Lecoq based work from LISPA London.
Her work as director includes Bhima, Mundhirikotte, Beyond the Bubble, Un-tell Re-tell, No-tell, The Flowering Tree and Dhuddu Kaasu Dabbu Currency. As an actor her recent work includes Fish Tree Moon written by Yo Sup Bae and Monkey and the Mobile by Rajiv Krishnan. Earlier work includes Ms Meena, An Arrangement of Shoes and Vanaprastham.
She is a faculty on the FECAT (an expressive arts therapy training) program at SMART, Bangalore. With creativity and self-exploration and expression as its core, her work spans performance, therapy and education.