Mon 8 Jan 2024: 7:00PM
New International Performing Arts Institute

Theatre Biomechanics

Venue: DOCK 11 EDEN***** / Breite Str 43, 13187 Berlin, Germany
Prices: 210€

This international programme is designed for performers, directors, choreographers, and performing arts practitioners who are interested in the practical investigation of theatre biomechanics and physical theatre. ​The working language is English.

Focus of the training: What makes performance interesting? How we can be more engaging on stage?

Participant Requirements: A healthy physique, a creative mind, and a playful spirit 🙂
Contact details: info@nipai.org

Who is this programme for?

This workshop is for all theatre makers and story tellers to come together from different backgrounds (dance, acting, directing, choreographing, circus, clown, mime, burlesque, sideshow, singing, playing music, etc), in order to learn new tools for their professional performance toolkit.

You will be able to find answers to these questions:

  • What to do when you have zero inspiration?
  • How to tell a story in a more interesting way?
  • How does a performer enter a stage?
  • How does a performer grab/take focus?
  • How does a performer warm up their body from head to toe?

Key Points performers will learn during the workshop:

  • Stillness, specificity, and awareness of the audience.
  • What is boring/interesting on stage.
  • How to take/give focus to fellow performers.

About the Teacher

Jeremy Vik is a multi-disciplinary performer with 20 years of professional performing experience in acting, circus, and physical theatre. Jeremy believes in blending skill, character, and story-telling together in order to engage, provoke, and entertain audiences all around the world.

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