Workshops
The Embodied Actor: Practice Meets Theory - A Workshop with Brad Krumholz
North American Cultural Laboratory, USA
United States of America

Join theatre artist and scholar Brad Krumholz in a deep investigation into the actor’s craft, focusing on recent developments in neuroscience, philosophy, and related fields.
 
 Dr. Krumholz, who has been acting, directing, and teaching in New York for over 30 years, draws from a vast body of experience to help actors grow in relation to their own artistic practice. His recent book, Why Do Actors Train? (Bloomsbury/Methuen Drama), is a thorough examination of a set of Grotowski-lineage exercises through the lens of a new theory of embodiment developed and articulated by the author.
 
 This workshop will begin with the same exercises discussed in the book. The learning will take place through physical encounters with technique and through conversations about the ideas that inform their efficacy. The end result will be a new appreciation of how the actor’s work is always a fully embodied encounter with the materiality of the world and the invisible but real forces at play within it.


Event presented in English
Event not recommended to audiences under the age of 18


THE ENTRY IS FREE AND IS ON A REGISTRATION BASIS WITH AVAILABLE SEATS. 
REGISTRATIONS CAN BE DONE UNTIL JUNE 20, 2023 AT THE ADDRESS constantin.gajim@ulbsibiu.ro

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