The Pas de Dieux Company is proud to announce that the Intercultural Theatre Institute, Singapore, is now conducting auditions in PARIS for a three-year professional diploma in Intercultural Theatre (Acting).
Deadline for applications:June 30, 2016
The programme begins:January 2017 & 2018
Auditions: Paris, July 2016
Professional Diploma in Intercultural Theatre (Acting)
Five Reasons to choose ITI
Quality Theatre Education Unlike Any Other
Distinctive, intercultural training modules that include four traditional Asian art forms, paratheatre skills and cross-cultural peer experience with cohorts who hail from over 16 countries.
Globally Renowned Faculty
Train under the most respected names in specialised theatre fields and learn from master-teachers of Wayang Wong, Kutiyattam, Noh theatre and Beijing opera in a small student-to-teacher ratio setting.
Professional Performance Experience
The varied modes of learning in ITI culminate in your final year with public performances, where you will work with acclaimed theatre directors as well as professional artistic and production teams.
Connections to an acclaimed alumni network
ITI’s impact goes beyond your graduation. Our worldwide award-winning alumni network from 16 countries have collaborated on projects and work platforms and continue to do so. Be a part of this growing interconnection.
Continual Creative Work
100% of our graduates stay in the creative sectors post-ITI. They contribute to the cultural landscape in significant ways everywhere – as artistic directors, directors, teachers and lecturers, actors in film and on stage, as researchers and more. You will too.
“Nowhere else is there a programme like this, which incorporates traditional training from world cultures, and instils a contemporary sensitivity and mission.”
Stan Lai, directeur artistique, Performance Workshop, Taïwan
Intercultural Theatre Institute (ITI) was founded in 2000 by acclaimed dramatist Kuo Pao Kun and current Director T. Sasitharan. This is a unique, three-year, full-time professional training programme for actors in contemporary intercultural theatre. It immerses students in traditional theatre forms from Asia, and juxtaposes these intense interactions with both Stanislavskian and post-Stanislavkian actor training techniques.
The programme features the following modalities:
• Four Asian Traditional Theatre Forms include Beijing Opera, Kutiyattam – an ancient Sanskrit theatre form, Wayang Wong – a traditional Javanese court dance and Noh Theatre – major form of classical Japanese musical drama
• Acting, Voice & Speech, Movement, Technical Theatre, Taiji and Humanities
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• Be above 18 years of age
• Have a GCE ‘A’ Level certificate, or equivalent cultural literacy
Note: Graduates from colleges, polytechnics and universities, as well as current theatre practitioners are welcome to apply
• Demonstrate artistic talent and ability, maturity and commitment, at audition(s), interview(s) and in a written assessment
• Be proficient in English. This means a GCE ‘O’ Level pass in English, or its equivalent, or a pass (score 50% or higher) in an English Proficiency Test, administered at the time of the audition.
For more information concerning the auditions
By phone: +33 750464062 by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Online Application: http://form.jotform.me/form/51392747413457
Download Application Form: http://iti.edu.sg/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/ITI-Application-Form-2016.pdf
Enrolment Information: http://iti.edu.sg/admissions
To visit ITI website: http://iti.edu.sg
As part of the project The Body’s Journey, we have the pleasure to invite you to a conference/demonstration followed by a Master Class of Elizabeth de Roza, teacher of Lasalle College of the Arts, School of Theatre and Dance, Singapore.
Exploration of the body-in-motion through Kalaripayattu (traditional South Indian Martial Arts form).
How the training of Kalaripayattu leads to the embodiment of physical awareness of an actor. Investigating ‘the point of resonance’ that is akin to ‘presence’. Through this investigation, the actor develops a physical score that works on 5 basic rules of the body-in-space (soft fireworks). This active visceral response paired with the intellectually vivid physical vocabulary of Kalaripayattu retrained the actor’s body awakened to the creation of the body in performance (image-actions).
Topics addressed will be:
- Exploration of the ideology of Kalaripayattu as a vehicle for the embodiment of physical awareness and breath-in-motion
- Investigation of the heighten spine as a tool for the development of physical action
- The exploration of the 5 poses in Kalaripayattu as an active visceral response to ‘awaken’ the actor’s body to the creation of the body in performance (image-actions).
Saturday, May 14 2016, 4pm
MICADANSES, room May B
15 rue Geoffroy l’Asnier, 75004, Paris
FREE ADMISSIONS with reservations
The application of Kalaripayattu into ‘presence’ and physical actions
- Introduction to the poses in Kalaripayyattu
- Developing and alerting the participants to an animal-like kinaesthetic awareness
- Application of training into creation work
Audience : actors and dancers
Saturday, May 14, 2016
From 5pm to 7pm
MICADANSES, room May B
15 rue Geoffroy l’Asnier, 75004, Paris
Cost : 25€ – with reservation (limited places)
Elizabeth de Roza: Director, a multi-disciplinary performance artist, creative collaborator and theatre academic based in Singapore. Her work draws from contemporary performance practices on notions of hybridity, interactivity, cross-disciplinary art and collaboration. Her training in performance-making, draws from traditional Asian theatrical training/performing methods, martial arts (kalaripayattu) and contemporary art practices. She has been commissioned and invited to present her works at various international contemporary arts festival. Her research in developing cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary performance and performance methodology has been presented at conferences and workshops and seen her collaborating with various international performance groups such as Theatre of the disturbed (Myanmar 2010 & 2012) and Teatro Kalipatos (Mexico 2012). She is the Artistic Director of a physical/sensory performance research group TheatreStrays, creating intimate, sensorial, physical, inter-medial, non-linear performance in un-conventional spaces. She is currently pursuing her Phd at Goldsmiths University in cross-cultural performance practices and is a full-time lecturer at Lasalle College of the Arts, School of Theatre and Dance in the Faculty of Performing Arts.
15 rue Geoffroy L’Asnier, 75004 Paris
Metro, Saint Paul (line 1) or
Pont Marie (line 7)
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
By Telephone : Leela ALANIZ
+33 (0) 7 50 46 40 62
By Email :
We are excited to announce an event of corporeal improvisation that will surprise you, MetaFora:
Saturday, May 14, 2016, 8pm
15 Rue Geoffroy l’Asnier, 75004 Paris
Studio May B
Public : Tout Public Durée : 90 – 120 minutes
Entrance : 5 €
BRINGING METAPHORS TO LIFE THROUGH CORPOREAL IMPROVISATION
MetaFora presents a form of improvisational theatre based on corporeal and vocal expression. Unlike the ‘battles’ that focus on virtuosic performance, the stage intensity result from the challenge of bringing to life a metaphor. In front of an audience, the actors/dancers/singers/musicians have only a few minutes to transport the audience into a poetic universe. Metaphor, “Meta” derives from the Greek meaning “across, and after,” and “phor” (pherō), meaning “I bear, carry”. “Metafora” is the Portuguese translation. While it carries the same sense as in English, “Meta” can also mean “goal” and “fora” mean “outside”. Thus, the goal of the metaphors is to stretch the boundaries of the imagination beyond the habitual and the mundane. It is going “in through the outdoor” according to Led Zeppelin. The event takes place in two parts: In the first part, a group of selected or “invited” performing artists play together based on random hat selection. In the second part, the “invited” performing artists improvise with volunteers of the public in duo, trios.
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