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Theatre Workshop with Ayse Tashkiran/ 25-26-27 March 2017

Theatre Workshop with Ayse Tashkiran

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Η Ουδέτερη Μάσκα

Η αναπνοή και η αντίληψη του χώρου είναι απαραίτητα συστατικά στη κινησιολογική πρακτική ενός ηθοποιού. Δουλεύοντας με τη σωματική ετοιμότητα και δεκτικότητα, αυτό το εργαστήρι σκοπεύει να επεκτείνει τις εκφραστικές δυνατότητες του ηθοποιού, μέσω της χρήσης της ουδέτερης μάσκας.
Χρησιμοποιώντας την εκπαίδευση της με τον Jacques Lecoq, η Ayse Tashkiran προσφέρει ένα εργαστήρι με την Ουδέτερη Μάσκα, μέσα απ’ το οποίο οι συμμετέχοντες θα μπορούν να αναπτύξουν τις δημιουργικές τους εφαρμογές και την ευαισθητοποίηση τους μέσω της όρασης και της αίσθησης.
Η ουδέτερη μάσκα χρησιμοποιείται σαν εργαλείο για την ανακάλυψη της κίνησης του σώματος, προωθόντας την απλότητα και την επιλογή. Αυτό αναπτύσσεται χρησιμοποιώντας ασκήσεις όπου ο ηθοποιός μπορεί να εξερευνήσει τη κίνηση του σε σχέση με το χώρο και αλλους παραγοντες. Η ουδέτερη μάσκα απαιτεί την επικοινωνία και την ευαισθητοποίηση, κι έτσι ο ηθοποιός είναι ελεύθερος να αφεθεί μέσα στο συγκεκριμένο χώρο που έχει ο ίδιος δημιουργήσει.

ΣΑΒΒΑΤΟ, 25TH MARCH : 10.00AM -1.00PM
ΚΥΡΙΑΚΗ, 26TH MARCH : 6.30PM – 9.30PM
ΔΕΥΤΕΡΑ, 27TH MARCH: 10.00AM-1.00PM

πληροφορίες 99319120

oργανώνει Λουκία Πιερίδη | ΟPEN ARTS
στήριξη Υπουργείου Παιδείας και Πολιτισμού

Ayse Tashkiran
Απόφοιτος της σχολής του Jacques Lecoq, η Ayse Tashkiran είναι ανώτερος λέκτορας και course leader του MA/MFA Movement: Directing and Teaching στο Royal Central School of Speech and Drama του Λονδίνου, εδώ και 14 χρόνια. Δουλεύει επίσης ως κινησιολόγος σε διάφορα θεατρικά σύνθετα στην Αγγλία κι έχει κάνει εργαστήρια στη Γαλλία, Ελλάδα, Αμερική και Συρία. Δουλεύει ως κινησιολόγος για αγγλικά θέατρα όπως το Young Vic, το Royal Shakespeare Company και Welsh National Opera.
Πρόσφατη δουλειά εως κινησιολόγος στο θέατρο και την όπερα συμπεριλαμβάνει: Othello (The Globe); Fantastic Mr Fox (London, National και International Tour); Dr Faustus (Royal Shakespeare Company 2016); Barbarians, (Young Vic 2015); Hecuba Marina Carr after Euripides (Royal Shakespeare Company 2015; The Shoemaker’s Holiday (Royal Shakespeare Company (2014); Wildefire Hampstead Theatre (2014); The White Devil RSC (2014); Much Ado About Nothing Manchester Royal Exchange (2014); As You Like It (2013) RSC – Royal Shakespeare Theatre and Theatre Royal Newcastle; Merry Wives of Windsor (2012) RSC – Royal Shakespeare Theatre; King John (2012), Richard III (2012) και Measure for Measure (2011) για το RSC στο Swan Theatre; The Sleeper (2011) για το Welsh National Opera; Little Eagles (RSC στο Hampstead Theatre); The Chairs (Theatre Royal Bath); The Gods Weep (2010) του Dennis Kelly για το RSC; Days of Significance (2009) για το RSC; Sweeney Todd (Welsh National Opera, MAX);

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Neutral Mask: Collective Space

Breath, grounding, spatial awareness are essential components of an actors’ movement practice. By working with physical readiness and proprioception this workshop will expand the expressive potential of actor through use of space and the neutral mask.

Drawing on her training with Lecoq, Ayse Tashkiran will be offering an experiential workshop with the Neutral mask that leads to creative application in the Fundamental Journey. We will be building awareness through seeing and sensing.
The neutral mask acts as a pedagogic tool to bring awareness to movement experience and promotes simplicity and choice. This is then given shape in a set of etudes where the actor is able to explore their movement in relation to space and dynamics. The neutral mask demands the slowing down of communication and the heightening of awareness: in that space created the actor is free to immerse themselves into their imaginative, feeling presence.
By the end of the workshops the actor will have a greater sense of connection to their presence and imaginative spaces.

SATURDAY, 25TH MARCH : 10.00AM -1.00PM
SUNDAY, 26TH MARCH : 6:30PM – 9:30PM
MONDAY, 27TH MARCH: 10.00AM-1.00PM

information 99319120

organisers Loukia Pierides | OPEN ARTS
support Cyprus Ministry of Education and Culture
Ayse Tashkiran
Ayse Tashkiran is Senior Lecturer and Course Leader of the MA/MFA Movement: Directing and Teaching at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London, Britain. She also works as a movement director in a wide variety of theatre settings in the UK.
After graduating from the Drama Department at Bristol University, Ayse trained with Lecoq at L’Ecole International Jacques Lecoq for two years in Paris. She spent 12 years as a physical theatre performer; work included a world tour of Voyageur Immobile with La Cie Philippe Genty. She has taught movement in a conservatoire setting for over 10 years. She has also led movement workshops in international settings in France, Greece, US and Syria. She works as a movement director for a variety of professional theatre productions and companies including the Young Vic, the RSC and WNO max.
Ayse joined Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in 2003 and co leads the MA Movement: directing and teaching with Vanessa Ewan. She is also a PhD supervisor. She curated the Litz Pisk movement workshops (Central 2009), convened a roundtable of Movement Directors in Conversation (Central 2009), she was awarded sabbatical leave to pursue her research, In visible bodies: A contemporary survey of the work of the movement director in British theatre, opera, film and television, she has presented at PARIP (2005) and at the Young Vic Genesis Project (Young Vic 2006) on movement direction. She was part of the 50-year celebration at the RSC on Michel St Denis and spoke about the history of movement direction at the RSC in the 60’s. More recently she has contributed a chapter to Lecoq reader edited by Mark Evans due to be published by Routledge in 2015. And was awarded sabbatical leave in 2013 to purse her research into the history of movement direction Making Visible: The Rise of the Movement Director in British Theatre. This year Ayse is curating a pilot research and development centre for professional movement directors and teacher under the auspices of the International Centre for Movement at RCSSD.
Recent movement direction for theatre and opera: Othello (The Globe); Fantastic Mr Fox (London, National and International Tour); Dr Faustus (Royal Shakespeare Company 2016); Barbarians, Young Vic (2015 Production Nominated for an Olivier Award); Hecuba by Marina Carr after Euripides (Royal Shakespeare Company 2015; The Shoemaker’s Holiday (Royal Shakespeare Company (2014); Wildefire Hampstead Theatre (2014); The White Devil RSC (2014); Much Ado About Nothing Manchester Royal Exchange (2014); As You Like It (2013) RSC in that Royal Shakespeare Theatre and Theatre Royal Newcastle; Merry Wives of Windsor (2012) RSC in that Royal Shakespeare Theatre; King John (2012), Richard III (2012) and Measure for Measure (2011) for the RSC at the Swan Theatre; The Sleeper (2011) for the Welsh National Opera; Little Eagles (RSC at the Hampstead Theatre); The Chairs (Theatre Royal Bath); The Gods Weep (2010) by Dennis Kelly for RSC; Days of Significance (2009) for the RSC; Sweeney Todd (Welsh National Opera, MAX); Chi Chi Bunichi (tour); Feast on the Bridge (Thames Festival); Sarajevo Story (Lyric Hammersmith); Ma Vie En Rose (Young Vic); Macbeth (Regent’s Park); Stacy (Trafalgar Studios); La Songe du 21 Juin (national tour, France); Brixton Stories (Lyric Hammersmith Studio); The Beggar’s Opera (Blackheath Concert Hall); Orfeo (Greenwich) All’s Well that Ends Well (Young Vic, Young Directors Scheme); Here’s What I Did with My Body One Day (national tour/Pleasance Theatre);Silent Tide, Forget Me Not (London International Mime Festival).

Theatre Talks & Workshop with Ayse Tashkiran

Movement Direction: approaching movement in Shakespeare

ΔΕΥΤΕΡΑ 27 ΜΑΡΤΙΟΥ, 2 – 6 μ.μ.

H Ayse Tashkiran θα προσφέρει ακόμη ένα πρακτικό εργαστήρι για κινησιολόγους, ηθοποιούς, σκηνοθέτες, χορευτές και χορογράφους.

Το εργαστήρι θα εστιαστεί στη μέθοδο που μπορεί να χρησιμοποιηθεί για τη κίνηση που προτείνεται σε ένα κείμενο και από τις σκηνοθετικές επιλογές του σκηνοθέτη, για να παράγει και να δώσει φόρμα στη κίνηση μίας παράστασης. Ως παράδειγμα θα χρησιμοποιηθεί η φόρμα μιας Σαιξπιρικής παραγωγής για ν’ ανακαλύψουμε πώς η κίνηση μπορεί να προβάλει τις δυναμικές που κρύβονται στο κόσμο του συγκεκριμένου κειμένου, και να δημιουργηθεί σχετικό οπτικό υλικό με τους ηθοποιούς.
2-5 μ.μ

Έπειτα θ’ ακολουθήσει συνομιλία με τη Λουκία Πιερίδου με θέμα τη σχέση σκηνοθέτη-κινησιολόγο εν ώρα πρόβας.
5-6μ.μ

πληροφορίες & κρατήσεις 99319120
οργανωτές – Λουκία Πιερίδου | ΟPEN ARTS
είσοδος ελεύθερη
Βιογραφικό
Απόφοιτος της σχολής του Jacques Lecoq, η Ayse Tashkiran είναι ανώτερος λέκτορας και course leader του MA/MFA Movement: Directing and Teaching στο Royal Central School of Speech and Drama του Λονδίνου, εδώ και 14 χρόνια. Δουλεύει επίσης ως κινησιολόγος σε διάφορα θεατρικά σύνθετα στην Αγγλία κι έχει κάνει εργαστήρια στη Γαλλία, Ελλάδα, Αμερική και Συρία. Δουλεύει ως κινησιολόγος για αγγλικά θέατρα όπως το Young Vic, το Royal Shakespeare Company και Welsh National Opera

Πρόσφατη δουλειά εως κινησιολόγος στο θέατρο και την όπερα συμπεριλαμβάνει: Othello (The Globe); Fantastic Mr Fox (London, National και International Tour); Dr Faustus (Royal Shakespeare Company 2016); Barbarians, (Young Vic 2015); Hecuba Marina Carr after Euripides (Royal Shakespeare Company 2015; The Shoemaker’s Holiday (Royal Shakespeare Company (2014); Wildefire Hampstead Theatre (2014); The White Devil RSC (2014); Much Ado About Nothing Manchester Royal Exchange (2014); As You Like It (2013) RSC – Royal Shakespeare Theatre and Theatre Royal Newcastle; Merry Wives of Windsor (2012) RSC – Royal Shakespeare Theatre; King John (2012), Richard III (2012) και Measure for Measure (2011) για το RSC στο Swan Theatre; The Sleeper (2011) για το Welsh National Opera; Little Eagles (RSC στο Hampstead Theatre); The Chairs (Theatre Royal Bath); The Gods Weep (2010) του Dennis Kelly για το RSC; Days of Significance (2009) για το RSC; Sweeney Todd (Welsh National Opera, MAX);

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MONDAY 27 MARCH, 2 – 6 μ.μ.

This practical workshop will look at the methods movement directors might use to work within the movement suggested by a text and the mise en scene choices of a director to generate and shape movement for production. This practical exploration will use the frame of a Shakespeare production to look at how movement might reveal the dynamics of the world of the work, and create movement material with actors.
2- 5 p.m.

Following the workshop there will be a talk, with Ayse Tashkiran facilitated by Loukia Perides on the relationship between a movember director and a director during the rehearsal process.
5 – 6 p.m.

information 99319120
organisers – Loukia Pierides | ΟPEN ARTS
free participation

Biography
Ayse Tashkiran is Senior Lecturer and Course Leader of the MA/MFA Movement: Directing and Teaching at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London, Britain. She also works as a movement director in a wide variety of theatre settings in the UK.
After graduating from the Drama Department at Bristol University, Ayse trained with Lecoq at L’Ecole International Jacques Lecoq for two years in Paris. She spent 12 years as a physical theatre performer; work included a world tour of Voyageur Immobile with La Cie Philippe Genty. She has taught movement in a conservatoire setting for over 10 years. She has also led movement workshops in international settings in France, Greece, US and Syria. She works as a movement director for a variety of professional theatre productions and companies including the Young Vic, the RSC and WNO max.
Ayse joined Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in 2003 and co leads the MA Movement: directing and teaching with Vanessa Ewan. She is also a PhD supervisor. She curated the Litz Pisk movement workshops (Central 2009), convened a roundtable of Movement Directors in Conversation (Central 2009), she was awarded sabbatical leave to pursue her research, In visible bodies: A contemporary survey of the work of the movement director in British theatre, opera, film and television, she has presented at PARIP (2005) and at the Young Vic Genesis Project (Young Vic 2006) on movement direction. She was part of the 50-year celebration at the RSC on Michel St Denis and spoke about the history of movement direction at the RSC in the 60’s. More recently she has contributed a chapter to Lecoq reader edited by Mark Evans due to be published by Routledge in 2015. And was awarded sabbatical leave in 2013 to purse her research into the history of movement direction Making Visible: The Rise of the Movement Director in British Theatre. This year Ayse is curating a pilot research and development centre for professional movement directors and teacher under the auspices of the International Centre for Movement at RCSSD.
Recent movement direction for theatre and opera: Othello (The Globe); Fantastic Mr Fox (London, National and International Tour); Dr Faustus (Royal Shakespeare Company 2016); Barbarians, Young Vic (2015 Production Nominated for an Olivier Award); Hecuba by Marina Carr after Euripides (Royal Shakespeare Company 2015; The Shoemaker’s Holiday (Royal Shakespeare Company (2014); Wildefire Hampstead Theatre (2014); The White Devil RSC (2014); Much Ado About Nothing Manchester Royal Exchange (2014); As You Like It (2013) RSC in that Royal Shakespeare Theatre and Theatre Royal Newcastle; Merry Wives of Windsor (2012) RSC in that Royal Shakespeare Theatre; King John (2012), Richard III (2012) and Measure for Measure (2011) for the RSC at the Swan Theatre; The Sleeper (2011) for the Welsh National Opera; Little Eagles (RSC at the Hampstead Theatre); The Chairs (Theatre Royal Bath); The Gods Weep (2010) by Dennis Kelly for RSC; Days of Significance (2009) for the RSC; Sweeney Todd (Welsh National Opera, MAX); Chi Chi Bunichi (tour); Feast on the Bridge (Thames Festival); Sarajevo Story (Lyric Hammersmith); Ma Vie En Rose (Young Vic); Macbeth (Regent’s Park); Stacy (Trafalgar Studios); La Songe du 21 Juin (national tour, France); Brixton Stories (Lyric Hammersmith Studio); The Beggar’s Opera (Blackheath Concert Hall); Orfeo (Greenwich) All’s Well that Ends Well (Young Vic, Young Directors Scheme); Here’s What I Did with My Body One Day (national tour/Pleasance Theatre);Silent Tide, Forget Me Not (London International Mime Festival).

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