Solo Performance Improvisation Workshop mit Andrew Morrish
Andrew uses a skills approach to improvisation. In this workshop there is daily practice of:
skills development, performance opportunities and feedback.
When combined, these form a reflective practice that Andrew believes is essential in the development of improvisational performance. It is also an opportunity to feel the impact that consistent practice has on improvisational performance.
We will explore sources of content such as, breath, movement, voice and imagination, which will be fuelled by the spirit of communication and shared pleasure.
Participants are encouraged to become their own editor in performance, using the skills of shifting their point of attention, developing texture and maintaining clarity.
Participants should also come expecting to enjoy themselves.
Andrew Morrish is a freelance performer, researcher, facilitator and teacher of improvisation working between Australia and Europe. He began improvising with Al Wunder's "Theatre of the Ordinary" in Melbourne Australia in I982. In 1987, he formed "Trotman and Morrish" with Peter Trotman, another founding member of "Theatre of the Ordinary “. They performed their unique improvisational duets extensively in Australia and the US until 1999, when Andrew moved to Sydney and began to develop his solo performing.
Since 2000 he has undertaken the development of his solo performing and also teaching extensively in Australia and Europe. He was awarded the Australia Council for the Arts Dance Fellowship for 2016-2017. In 2018 he taught and performed in Berlin, Köln, Paris, Bouxwiller, Gothenburg, London, Glasgow, Warsaw, Amsterdam, Helsinki, Castlemaine, Canberra, Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne.
Samstag, 23.02.2019 11:00 – 17:00
offen für improvisationserfahrene Künstler aus den Bereichen Tanz, Performance und Theater
Kosten: € 80.-/ 70.- für PZ-Mitglieder u. Frühbucher bis 01.02.2019