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Apr
13

Responsive Performance Training with Leisa Shelton

I’ve added an interview here, which will particularly interest those registered for the workshop. I’m excited to hear from artists who’ll be working with Leisa Shelton TOMORROW at The Judy. Is that YOU? IT COULD BE! THERE ARE STILL A COUPLE OF PLACES REMAINING! Let me know how you go! x

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A one-day workshop TOMORROW on Saturday April 20th for independent performance makers, offering an introduction to Responsive Performance Training and focussing on generative and practice techniques toward performance outcomes.

 

 

Leisa Shelton

Responsive Performance Practice is a training program developed and led by Leisa Shelton, through years of professional practice within contemporary performance and continuous investigation with many of the world’s leading teachers, directors and innovators.

 

It draws directly from the embodied actor training developed by Etienne Decroux, the rehearsal processes of Pina Bausch via Meryl Tankard, Autonomous Actor training as developed by Lindy Davies, alongside a continuing dialogue with Eastern principles of theatre practice.

 

The teaching is an act of transmission actively focusing on enabling and developing a performer’s intuitive, responsive and articulate awareness of space, those within it and their relationship to the material under investigation. The techniques offer a deeper understanding of…

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