The specific objective of the proposed activity is to help each participant work on several levels simultaneously: Breathing, Articulation, Intonation and Pronunciation, as well as to strengthen and enrich their vocal expressive range.
Developing an individual written and spoken dramaturgy.
A theatrical activity which encourages participants to observe and then mimic each other’s voice, tone, body moves and gestures.
An exercise which facilitates visual literacy and observation skills. Participants are asked to observe an image carefully, select a detail from this image and enact it by taking frozen positions in order to represent it .
An activity which enables participants to relax, feel safe and secure in an environment where our body movements and voice are used freely and without limitations. This fosters understanding and creates strong team dynamics and bonding.
A short description of the different uses of paper puppets, in a theatre workshop aimed at migrant adults learning a language. From the self-construction of paper giants, to their use in dramaturgical construction and as an inspiration for linguistic work.
This tutorial illustrates the practice of intercultural spectatorship, experimented within the Attraversamenti Multipli festival in Rome. It is the story of how a intercultural editorial board told a festival: attending the shows together, discussing them in editorial meetings, meeting artists and publishing online reviews, contributions and reflections.
Description of a workshop practice of an object creation, aimed at the language teaching through self-narration and at the construction of a collective narrative to perform on stage.
Getting familiar with news words in the foreign language in a playful way
This Video is shown as an exercise with the aim to improve linguistic knowledge through interaction and developing as a result a little story.
In this exercise the workshop-leader wants to make the participants aware where they feel their different foreign languages inside the body. They are asked to move these parts one at a time.