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SOUND & MOVEMENT with ANDREA HARING in STROMBOLI

Isola Stromboli Stromboli, Isola Lipari, Italia
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FLUIDONUMERO9 presents
STROMBOLIPROJECT 2014
TOO MUCH IN THE SUN: PHAETON, HAMLET, ACTAEON AND OTHER VISIONARIES.

JUNE 11 - 26

JUNE 11 - 16, STROMBOLI
SOUND & MOVEMENT INTO TEXT
ANDREA HARING with ALESSANDRO FABRIZI
45 hours of class, 590 euros (plus 275 euros for accomodation in double room and dinners.)

infor: tommasocapodanno@hotmail.it

The workshop is comprised of a 2 day Linklater Work brush-up with Alessandro Fabrizi and 4 days with Andrea Haring leading the participants through the full progression of Sound & Movement. Both Fabrizi and Haring will also offer specific group text exploration and individual text work.

ANDREA HARING. A director, actress and vocal coach, Andrea is also the Coordinator for Linklater Voice Teacher Training. She is currently on faculty at Columbia Graduate Theater Program, Circle in the Square Theatre School, and Fordham University. She has previously taught at Yale School of Drama, The New Actor’s Workshop, NYU Tisch Undergraduate Drama, and Dartmouth College. Andrea was a Founding Member of Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, Massachusetts. She regularly teaches at various theater schools and companies in London, Mexico, Spain, Italy, Germany, and Iceland. As vocal coach and a member of The LAByrinth Theater Company, Andrea has worked on The Little Flower of East Orange (Dir. Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ellen Burstyn, Michael Shannon), Jack Goes Boating (Philip Seymour Hoffman, Daphne Rubin-Vega), The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Sam Rockwell), Our Lady of 121st Street, and Jesus Hopped the A Train. Andrea coaches extensively On- and Off-Broadway – including The Motherf***er With the Hat (Tony Nominee 2011), A Behanding in Spokane, John Gabriel Borkman (BAM with Alan Rickman), Reasons To Be Pretty (Tony Nominee 2009), Suddenly Last Summer, and Bridge and Tunnel with Sarah Jones (Tony Winner, 2006), The Shadow Box (Mercedes Ruehl, Marlo Thomas), The Rose Tattoo (Mercedes Ruehl), Wrong Turn at Lungfish (Jamie Gertz, George C. Scott), On Borrowed Time (Dir. George C. Scott). She has also worked with Bernadette Peters, Olympia Dukakis, Kim Cattrall, John Ortiz, Julia Stiles, Andre Gregory, Maura Tierney, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Tommy Sadoski, Piper Perabo, Sloane Shelton, Kristin Johnston, Rosemarie DeWitt, and Griffin Dunne.

ALESSANDRO FABRIZI is a theatre director, actor and Designated Linklater Teacher. He teaches Voice at the “Accademia Nazionale di Arte Drammatica Silvio D’Amico”, the “Accademia Internazionale d’Arte Drammatica del Teatro Quirino” in Rome and at the Acting School of the Teatro Stabile di Torino, in Turin (Italy). Among his latest productions as theatre director are: "Bartleby the Scrivener" at the Blue Heron Arts Center in New York (Fall 2005), "Studio per Tre Novelle dal Decameron" for the Anagni Medieval Theatre Festival (Italy, July 2006), “My Name is Rachel Corrie” (Teatro Piccolo Eliseo, Rome 2009), “Musicaromanzo” with Nada Malanima (Teatro Vascello, Roma 2011). He has held seminars on "Movement & Text" at the University of Chicago, Dartmouth University, Butler University (Indianapolis), Columbia University in New York, University of Long Island and the Blue Heron Arts Center and the Actors Movement Studio in New York, USA. He directed the Actors' Thesis of the MFA program at the School of Performing Arts of Columbia University, New York (“Metamorphoses – Ted Hughes’ Tales From Ovid”, Fall 2006). As a filmaker he has directed the short film E se...(2001), and the documentary Giving Voice – Kristin Linklater, 15 actors and 7 Tales from Ovid (World Video Production). In cinema, he has collaborated with Anthony Minghella (The Talented Mr. Ripley), Tom Tykwer (Heaven) and Fatih Akin (Solino) as supervisor of the Italian dialogues of those movies and as dialect coach (for Jack Davenport, Giovanni Ribisi, Cate Blanchett and Barnaby Metsurat). As an actor he has played the role of Sergeant Baggio in “The Talented Mr Ripley” and the role of Inspector Alberto Cerutti in “The International” directed by Tom Tykwer. He has translated into italian Kristin Linklater’s text book “Freeing the Natural Voice” (elliotedizioni, 2008).

The workshop will be dedicated to the story of Phaeton in Ovid's Metamorphoses. Participants will be asked to chose their texts among a selection including the works of Ovid, William Shakespeare (Hamlet), Giacomo Leopardi.

info: tommasocapodanno@hotmail.it

AND THEN, IF YOU WISH, YOU CAN STAY FOR...

JUNE 18 - 26, STROMBOLI
THE BODY, THE TEXT, THE PERFORMANCE
MERRY CONWAY with ALESSANDRO FABRIZI and NADIA FUSINI
56 hours, 720 euros (plus 425 for accomodation in double room and dinners.)

At the core of the workshop is Merry Conway's research on the powerful contribution the physical work of the actor can make to the intelligence and the expression of any text and in any context. This workshop will focus on the chosen texts of Ovid, Shakespeare, and Leopardi. From the experience of swings in the tradition of Trish Arnold's movement teaching to other physical explorations, participants will be invited to sensitize their "thinking in the body", and thereby awaken expression with the whole body to the specifics of a text, its sensorial images, its feelings, its actions. Side by side with this core research and practice, participants will be led by Alessandro Fabrizi into group text explorations. Additionally, Nadia Fusini will provide scholarly insights into the words and language of the chosen texts. On the night of June 25th participants will have the chance to explore their vocal and physical freedom performing in an event of the Stromboli Unplugged Theatre Festival (June 21st to 29th).

MERRY CONWAY has been teaching and thinking about movement for actors for over 30 years. She has taught Movement with Kristin Linklater at Shakespeare & Company and Stratford, taught with Trish Arnold at Carnegie-Mellon, taught at LAMDA and the Guildhall in London, as well as conducting numerous workshops at universities and independently. Merry has been a movement and acting coach for Anna Deavere Smith and LA Women’s Shakespeare Company and was the “Clownmaster” at Shakespeare & Company. Merry received an NEA directing fellowship to study fool and clown in Shakespeare. For the past 20 years she has been the Co-Artistic Director of Conway & Pratt Projects, making large-scale walk-through environments housed in abandoned spaces. The projects address themes of social import, and they create images of gesture and physical memory with performance, video and Super 8 film. They interweave these images with loaned objects and commentary from hundreds of people in local communities. Merry trained at Boston University and Common Stock Theatre in London, and did several courses with Jacques Lecoq. She apprenticed with Trish Arnold in the early 1970s and, happily, continues an active relationship with her still.

NADIA FUSINI graduated in Literature and Philosophy at the University “La Sapienza” in Rome and completed her studies on American Literature in Harvard. In the U.K., instead, she attended the Shakespeare Institute in Birmingham, and studied under Frank Kermode in Cambridge. She now teaches at the Italian Institute of Human Sciences (SUM) and contributes to the cultural pages of la Repubblica. Well known for her literary production, she is the author of four novels: La bocca più di tutto mi piaceva (1996); Lo specchio di Elisabetta (2004); L’amore necessario (2008); La figlia del sole (2012).As a translator, she was entitled with Premio Mondello Award 1995 (for The Waves by Virginia Woolf) and Achille Marazza Award 1996 (for The Auroras of Autumn by Wallace Stevens). Particularly remarkable is her editing of the complete works of Virginia Wolf, appeared within the prestigious series “I Meridiani”, Mondadori. Among her most appreciated works, also the translations of A Midsummer Night’s Dream (with A. Lombardo, 2006), The Comedy of Errors (2008) and Much Ado About Nothing (2009) by William Shakespeare, whom she dedicated her latest book, Di vita si muore. Lo spettacolo delle passioni nel teatro shakespeariano (2010).In 2013 she received the international prize “Le cattedrali letterarie europee” for her studies on William Shakespeare.

The workshop will be dedicated to the story of Phaeton in Ovid's Metamorphoses. Participants will be asked to chose their texts among a selection including the works of Ovid, William Shakespeare (Hamlet), Giacomo Leopardi.

SPECIAL DISCOUNT for those who participate in both workshops
"Sound & Movement" + "The Body, the Text, the Performance"
1.200 euros
(plus 750 euros for accomodation and dinners, 15 nights and 15 dinners)
Vulcano climb on June 17th (day off of the workshops)


info: tommasocapodanno@hotmail.it

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