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16 March 2018
Who is this workshop for?
The workshop is open to anybody interested in deepening their practice as an artist, and to anybody with a curiosity to interrogate the state of the world around them through their artistry.
Does this workshop require any pre-requisites?
What is this workshop about?
The introductory AB Project workshop will use the foundational themes of Youth Empowerment, Polarisation, Hope , Challenge and The Future in a two-day workshop that will explore physical theatre, imagined realities – The killing on the Island of Utoya, the court room and other aspects of the Anders Breivk incident- to help participants enter into this long term project. Tool learning in the form of physical scenario building and soundscapes will all play a part in this intensive first workshop.
- Jacques Lecoq-based play and movement exercises
- Series of movement exercises
- Thought-provoking forum discussions and behavioural analysis
- Acting games and exercises
David has worked as a soloist performing in forty countries then establishing the David Glass Ensemble winning international awards including TMA award for best director.
In 1998, he established the Lost Child Project, where he used theatre as a tool to allow children on the streets around the world to tell their stories. In 2000, he established the Centre For Creative Development in Cambodia, training aid agencies in Creative Practice.
David now teaches around the world. He is a visiting Tutor at Bournemouth University of the Arts and LAMDA Drama School. He continues to write and has recently established the Centre for Creative Practice in London to help creative workers, development agencies and education organisations to become more successful.
David has nurtured many working actors. Past students of David’s include Emma Thompson, Stephen Daldry (Billy Eliot), Simon McBurney (Theatre de Complicite), Amit Lehav (Gecko Theatre), Jim Chim (Theatre Ensemble Hong Kong), Tina Ellen Lee (Opera Circus), Tom Morris (Director Warhorse) and Adam Sunderland (Sticks Theatre).
- Think deeply about your role as a citizen-artist
- Translating your personal voice into your artistry
- Cultivate awareness in relating oneself to others
- Acquire the ability to be sensitive to body language and other forms of communication
- An understanding of the inherently chaotic and paradoxical state of the world, and the artist's role in it
- Discoveries on an individual's relationship to society
- Understanding of one's authentic voice as an artist and how it relates to the world around them
16 March 2018