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Artmedia - Physical Theatre News - April 2005
ACAPTA Circus and Physical Theatre Conference, Geelong
Clown & Physical Theatre Workshop, Gisborne, New Zealand
The Creative Gym Physical Theatre Workshops, Brisbane
Total Theatre, Annie Stainer's Physical Theatre School, Perth
Clown & Physical Comedy, Clare Bartholomew, Melbourne
Deep Clown, Advanced Performance Intensive, Vancouver
Angels Can Fly, Book Launch Events in New Zealand
The Great Clown Debate, Conference Backgrounder
Expressions of Interest sought for 2005 Melbourne Fringe
The Soubrettes seek Cabaret & Variety Acts, Melbourne
Workshop with Canadian Director David Diamond, Melbourne
Contact Improvisation, a National Gathering, Byron Bay
The Catskill Festival of New Theatre seeks Acts, NY, USA
Call for Artists for 'Experimenta 7 Teatro', Argentina
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Newsletter Advertising and Artmedia site Promotion
Welcome to the April 2005 edition of the Artmedia
physical theatre newsletter, your e-publication with an
Australasian focus and a global perspective.
My apologies that there was no March edition of this
newsletter, but I have been busy doing the final edits
and proof reading of my new book, which has now gone
to the printer in time to have some pre-release copies at
the Australian Circus and Physical Theatre Conference
next week. Yay!
In the sponsorship we have information on the daily
attendance rates for the ACAPTA Conference next week,
together with information on getting there, and on some
of the entertainment programmed alongside the event.
In Playspace news, we have a rare opportunity for New
Zealanders, as I will be teaching a Clown and Physical
Theatre Workshop in Gisborne in early June, my first
workshop in New Zealand in four years.
I also announce some launch events for my new book,
Angels Can Fly, in New Zealand in May. These will
include readings from the book, and an opportunity
for questions and book signing, and also a 15 minute
clown performance, the 'Seven Clown Commandments'.
In the Features we have information on the Creative Gym
Physical Theatre Workshops with Marie Dumont and
Anna Yen in Brisbane, and on some new opportunities
to join Total Theatre, Annie Stainer's School of Physical
Theatre in Perth.
We also feature Clare Bartholomew's Clown and Physical
Comedy Workshop in Melbourne, and David MacMurray
Smith presents Deep Clown, an advanced performance
intensive in Vancouver, Canada.
I resurrect the Campaign section briefly in this issue to
background the state of play on the Great Clown Debate
to be held at the ACAPTA conference next week, and I
encourage any of you thinking to come to the conference
for just one day, to come on Thursday. For those who
can't make it, I hope to post a transcript on my blog, at:
In the networking, we have a bit of a Melbourne theme,
with expressions of interest sought for the Melbourne
Fringe, while the Soubrettes seek cabaret/variety acts,
plus we have a workshop with Canadian Director David
Still in Australia, we also have information on a Contact
Improvisation National Gathering in Byron Bay, while in
America the Catskill Festival of New Theatre seeks acts,
and in Argentina there is a call for groups for 'Experimenta
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Sponsor: Australian Circus and Physical Theatre Conference
Sixth Australian Circus and Physical Theatre
is taking place next week in Geelong, Victoria, from
Wednesday 20th to Friday 22nd April.
The conference will present speakers from right across the
industry and will also encompass those outside it in related
fields. From insurance agents to promoters, presenters and
academics, the net has been cast far and wide to give you
the fullest picture of what's going on in Australian Circus and
Physical Theatre today and a profile of the external forces
that also guide its development. ACAPTA committee
members Dr Reg Bolton, Antonella Casella, Alan Clay and
Jeremy Gaden will be in attendance and on panels
throughout the conference.
Confirmed to speak at the conference include; Rachel Swain
(Stalker/Marrugeko Co), Andrea Ousley (Cirque du Monde/
Women's Circus), John Baylis (Australia Council), Kim
Walker (Flying Fruit Fly Circus), Simon Yates (Acrobat),
Sue Broadway, Pam Creed (NICA), Julian Wisdom (NICA)
Matt Yates (Lunar Circus), Kate Fryer (Dislocate), Kate Reid
(Brewarrina Circus Project), Antonella Casella (Circus Oz),
Kate Kantor, Nikki Wilks, Anna Shelper, Matty Gee, Duck for
Cover Performers Insurance, AON Insurance, Scott Maidment
(Strut'n'Fret), Hilary Crampton (The Age), Annie Davey
(Circus Oz), Dr Reg Bolton, Alan Clay (Artmedia) and more!
With the inclusion of a full performance and workshop
programme, 'Circus Bites', this years conference will be a
truly rounded event, with serious discussion taking place
daily and top-notch acts performing in a single venue.
Wed 20 April 6:30 - 7:30pm Circus Bites 2005 presents
Club Circus - the opening night (at a secret location)
Welcome to Geelong, drinks, food and circus. Exclusive
and free delegate event. Thu 21 and Fri 22 April, 6pm
onwards Circus Bites 2005 presents Club Circus at
GPAC: Drinks, food, live music and lots of circus. Free.
If you are already an ACAPTA member you can attend the
conference for only $115. And if you haven't joined ACAPTA
yet you can register for the conference and get a year's
membership to the organisation for just $160.
Single Day passes can also be purchased on the day from
the Geelong Performing Arts Centre box office. Full $55
Concession $40 ACAPTA Member $35. The full and
concession day passes include a 12 month membership
to ACAPTA. Register today at our website
Geelong Performing Arts Centre is hosting the event, and
for more information visit the website: www.gpac.org.au
Transport couldn't be easier; a 45 minute train ride from
Melbourne, with direct low cost flights from Adelaide,
Brisbane and Sydney to Geelong's Avalon Airport with Jet
Playspace: Clown & Physical Theatre Workshop, Gisborne
Clown and Physical Theatre Workshop with Alan Clay in
Gisborne, New Zealand. Saturday 4th to Wednesday 8th
June, from 10am to 4pm each day, at the Gisborne
Theatre Arts Centre.
In a rare opportunity for New Zealanders, Alan will be
teaching a workshop in Gisborne in early June. This is
Alan's first workshop in four years in New Zealand.
Clown is an art form which has existed for thousands of
years, and undergone a revolution in recent times, as it
made the leap back from circus into theatre, giving birth
to 'new clown' and physical theatre. This course takes a
broad view of clown, which allows students room to
develop their own unique style.
A contemporary physical approach to the clown art form,
exploring playfulness, irreverence, and the freedom of 'not
knowing', which has been developed over twenty years by
Alan Clay at Playspace Studio in Auckland and Sydney.
Each day starts with an yoga warm up, followed by
exercises to develop physical and emotional expression,
and improvisational exercises to develop comic timing and
Earlybird: NZ$550 before May 14. Full: NZ$700. Enrolments
contact Barrie Miller
Zealand (06) 8675076.
"In the best clown tradition Alan held up a window-mirror for
us to step through and reflect on the patterns, habits and
rituals of our days... It was funny, moving and excellent
theatre." NZ Herald.
Feature - Creative Gym Physical Theatre Workshops, Brisbane
The Creative Gym Physical Theatre Workshops - with Marie
Dumont and Anna Yen - Movement, Complicity, Pleasure -
7 weekends in 2005 in Brisbane, starting this month!
Inspired by the renowned teachings of Lecoq, Pagneux and
Feldenkrais, you will be taken on the following journeys:
Complicity/Le Jeu, Neutral Mask, Mimodynamism of nature,
Basel Mask, Dynamic approach to poetry, painting and music,
Human Comedy Mask, Creation of a Character. If you want to
expand your playfulness and awareness through movement,
these workshops are for you!!
Marie Dumont is a performer and educator with 20 years of
experience having trained for 3 years at Lecoq International
Theatre School in Paris - Anna Yen is a performer, director
and teacher with 20 years' experience. Certified Feldenkrais
Method. practitioner, Anna Yen trained with Philippe Gaulier,
Monika Pagneux , Dell'Arte International School of Physical
Theatre and the Nanjing Acrobatic Troupe. For bookings
mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org or ph: 0415
The Body In Play presents: The Moving Body Movement
Theatre School, Winter Intensive, Mask, Movement, Clown.
3 weeks full time / 6-24 June 2005 / Mon-Fri 9am to 4pm
Based on an innovative approach to European Physical
Theatre and inspired by the teachings of Jacques Lecoq, the
Moving Body has adapted its own and dynamic approach to
training. The Moving Body offers a unique opportunity to
refine your physical expression and develop a powerful stage
presence. This Intensive offers a highly professional approach
to acting and performance that celebrates generosity,
imagination and sensitivity through an articulate body.
International performer/trainers: Marie Dumont, Jonathan
Turner, Mark Bromilow. Full fee (3 weeks): $680. Students,
concessions &early birds (before April 10): $630. At the
Brisbane Powerhouse, Brisbane Queensland, Australia. For
more information please e-mail:
or call Marie: 0415 188 884. Places are strictly limited
Feature: Annie Stainer's School of
Physical Theatre, Perth
Total Theatre School of Physical Theatre, Western Australia
As we launch in our 4th exciting year, here at Total Theatre,
we are pleased to announce that a select few can still begin
our one-year intensive performance-based course as late as
May 2nd 2005. A special Intensive Make-up segment is being
run by the school from the 2nd to 6th May, for a
of late comers, during the school's half-semester
new students would then join the 3 days a week Total Theatre
School schedule from the 9th of May 2005.
Total Theatre is an exciting and innovative school at the
forefront of Physical Theatre Training. We offer professional
one and two-year intensive performance-based courses, with
an emphasis on physical theatre and the creation of original
The diversity and flexibility of the training allows students to
explore a wide-range of physical theatre performance skills
whilst creating a safe and nurturing environment, in which
each individual can develop their creative vision at their own
pace. Students have the opportunity to create a repertoire of
individual and ensemble work, participate in community
events, and perform in new original works. Training includes:
Creative Movement, Theatre, Mime, Feldenkrais, Mask,
Improvisation, Dance, Circus Arts, Voice, Singing, Text,
Scriptwriting, Stage Combat, Martial Arts, Clowning,
Percussion, Commedia dell'Arte and Aerial Skills.
The Director, international performer Annie Stainer has
performed in ensembles with Steven Berkoff, Lindsay Kemp
and David Bowie. For 6 years Annie was Head of Movement
at the Western Australian Academy Of Performing Arts,
School of Theatre. She is an inspirational visionary and much
loved teacher whose unique approach to the training of the
performer has led to the creation of her highly successful
Total Theatre School.
To join the special latecomers group and for all course
details please contact Sophie on (08) 93854211 or email
Feature: Clown & Physical Comedy, Clare Bartholomew
Clown & Physical Comedy with Clare Bartholomew
Or, how to be silly on stage - and get away with
A weekend workshop in May: Friday 13th 6.30 to
Saturday 14th 10 to 4pm and Sunday 15th 10
At Cecil Street Studio, 66 Cecil Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne.
Full: $180 Conc: $140
Explore and discover the playful and ridiculous world of
physical comedy using character and clown. Learn how to
create and build scenes using structured improvisations.
The main emphasis will be the playfulness and complicite
between each performer on stage and their pleasure at
being 'seen' by the audience.
Whilst the workshop will sometimes focus on group work
in improvisations, games, exercises and exploration, each
performer will find their own relationship to the tasks and
discover under different conditions what can work for them
in performance. Designed for people with some performing
or improvisation experience, you will be working solo at
times. Wear loose comfortable clothing. Prepare to be silly,
take a risk and have fun!
Clare works as a professional theatre maker, performer and
director with a number of groups including; clown ensemble
The Business, improvisation troupe Five Square Metres
(who also co-host the monthly impro night of Conundrum),
as a Clown Doctor at The Royal Children's Hospital
been a member of Melbourne Playback Theatre Company
for 10 years where she acts, conducts and teaches regularly
for the company.
Clare was a recipient of the Moosehead Comedy Award and
performed her show One Man's Business at The Comedy
Festival, which won The Foreign Exchange Award. OMB was
invited to The Traverse Theatre to perform as part of their
Edinburgh Fringe Festival season. She was nominated for a
Green Room Award for female performance.
For further details and to register your place please contact
Melbourne 9482 5313. Places are limited, book early!
Feature: Deep Clown Performance Intensive, Vancouver
Deep Clown Performance Intensive, May 24th - June 26th
This is a full time, 5 week intensive for performers who have
some previous experience with the development of their
Clown and who wish to reconnect and deepen their
relationship and playability with them. Foundations in the
ability to access the energy of play will be re- examined,
practiced, and extended upon. An extensive opportunity
will be given to increase the degree of honesty and simplicity
within the "Living Conversation" between the performer and
their audience with a strong emphasis on performance
awareness and technique.
The work will explore the development, relationships, &
performance among; The JOEY - the experienced and often
domineering trickster aspect of the Clown, The AUGUSTE -
the innocent and often victimized aspect of the Clown, and
The RINGMASTER - the Overseer who maintains the Frame
of Reference or Arena within which the Clowns play. You will
develop your understanding of how they all co-exist within
each of us and deepen your facility with how they can most
effectively play amongst one another and with an audience.
Turn creation and performance will be stressed and
techniques and strategies for the creation of Clown Turns will
be utilized to develop ideas and to create and perform pieces.
The intensive will conclude with a public performance in a
Cabaret Style environment to give your Clown the opportunity
to get out and play in public.
The Intensive will be led by David MacMurray Smith, 30 Years
Experience. David is dynamic and intuitive in a way that only
a master teacher can be. His enthusiasm for and his scholarly
knowledge of his subject goes deeply into psychoanalytic
theory as well as the history, theory, and performance of
Clowning and Masks. His organization is flawless, organic,
and time tested. He is an open, humane, and accomplished
facilitator." Penelope Stella - Associate Director of the Studio
Theatre Program, Simon Fraser University / Actress / Clown
Limited Enrolment / Acceptance by Interview. For information
Visit - www.FantasticSpace.com
Feature: Angels Can Fly, a Modern Clown User Guide
Next month Alan Clay will launch his new book, Angels can
Fly, a Modern Clown User Guide, in New Zealand, and those
attending the ACAPTA Conference in Geelong next week
are also likely to get a sneak preview.
book promises a
mix of fiction following
the adventures of ten
some personal clown
anecdotes from clowns
from around the world,
a total of 50 practical
clown exercises, and
some theory on the
nature of modern clown.
Befitting this eclectic
mix, the launch events
will not only include
readings from the book,
and an opportunity for
questions and book
signing, but also a 15 minute clown show
'Seven Clown Commandments'.
New Zealand Launch Events:
Hutt City Library, Woburn Rd - Thurs 12 May (ph 570 2708)
Hamilton Central Library, Garden Pl - Sun 15 May, 1.30pm
Auckland Central Library, Lorne St - Sat 21 May, 1.30pm
Look out for launch events in England and Switzerland in
July, in Australia in August/September, and in USA and
Canada in October/November.
Angels can Fly is available free in eBook format at
and will be
available in paperback in May, on order through bookshops
and online stores. ( ISBN 0-9578844-1-9 ).
Campaign: Great Clown Debate, Conference Backgrounder
Those who have been on the list for a few years will recall
the Great Clown Debate, which was sparked when I wrote
an editorial bemoaning the sorry state of clown practice in
the fledgling National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA) in
You can read this editorial in the newsletter archives on the
artmedia site at:
The debate was developed over subsequent issues, and
was brought to a close, when Pam Creed the director of
NICA, promised to participate in a forum in return. At the
time she said: "This is a topic best handled in my opinion
in a more structured forum, where one can have a balanced
and informed approach to all the issues. Where in depth
considered dialogue can take place."
"There is a lot of feedback to me about the hours required
to reach the high level of physical skills required which are
expected by some sectors of the industry, and indeed by
many of the students themselves. I would be happy to talk
in detail about NICA's Circus curriculum, our findings and
our outcomes at an industry forum you might like to
arrange, where you and hopefully others can put your
views, and engage in meaningful productive discussions."
Despite this, when the panel at next week's ACAPTA
conference was arranged, Pam declined to participate.
Instead she will be speaking the day before on her vision
for the Australian Circus Industry, and we hope she sees
a special place in it for clown. We have our doubts however,
and so we take the lesson that we have to look elsewhere
to establish tertiary clown training in Australia.
The Clown panel will be chaired instead by Bill Blaikie,
senior lecturer in Theatre/Media at Charles Sturt University,
and will comprise a former clown teacher from NICA, Kate
Kantor, a NICA graduate, Asher Treleaven, and that well
known spoiler for the establishment, Sue Broadway, plus
provocateur and clown teacher, Alan Clay.
A lively debate is guaranteed as we try to find the way
forward with clown training in the 21st century. What is
it? Do we need it? Who should do it? And can we grow
out of the apprenticeship approach from the middle ages,
to embrace the industry needs of today? Can we honour
the growth of the clown art form by encouraging training
I hope to post a transcript of the debate on the Angels
Can Fly blog at:
www.alanclay.com/blog.htm in the days
after the panel, for those who can't be there in person.
And I encourage any of you thinking possibly to come to
the conference, to get a day pass and come on Thursday
21st, if not for the full three days.
Networking and Feedback
"The Melbourne Fringe Festival will take place from 21
September - 9 October, and the festival is seeking
expressions of interest to perform at the North Melbourne
Town Hall Arts House and Precinct. Each year Melbourne
Fringe manages the venues at the North Melbourne Town
Hall Arts House and adjoining venues, programming each
space with a diverse line up of new and exciting work from
across the artistic spectrum. Programming for 2005 will
include workshops, matinees and family friendly shows in
addition to evening and late night sessions. To download
an information pack, which includes an application form,
please go to our website. Applications close 5pm, Friday
13 May 2005." Find a link to the Melbourne Fringe site
under Festivals at
"The Soubrettes seek irreverent and original cabaret and
variety acts for their "Variety Hour and a Half". They
particularly like to hear from you if your work is political,
physical, visual or very, very silly - with a bias towards
acts that make people laugh. We are looking for acts for
individual shows with a possibility of further shows. The
show will be launched during the Comedy Festival and will
continue on Sunday nights indefinitely at Bennetts Lane,
Melbourne. Salary will be a split of the door take.
Applications close May 30th." For further info, email:
"Theatre For Living Workshop, June 10 to 14, Northcote,
Melbourne, Australia. A five day training workshop with
award wining director David Diamond from Headlines
Theatre, Canada. A rare opportunity for artists, activists,
social workers, educators, for anyone who seeks skills
and techniques in the use of theatrical language to
explore community dialogue. It will draw on Davids
24 years of experience working with communities in
Canada, Austria, Brazil, Britain, Germany, Namibia, New
Zealand, and the U.S., to use theatre to create social
change. Level One training will focus on: Group building,
image theatre, either Rainbow or Cops in the Head,
sculpting exercises, activation. you will prepare short
plays for a NON public performance and receive a manual
written by David Diamond covering philosophical issues,
theory, AND lots of exercises. The June training workshop
is an opportunity for Australians to learn about a process
that has been used in over 350 communities, worldwide,
on issues of racism, violence, addiction, poverty, sexual
abuse, and language, reclamation, to name just a few.
Theatre for Living has grown out of Augusto Boals works
and David Diamonds interest in, and commitment to, a
systems view of the world. The notion that a community
is a large, living organism, and therefore we need to think
about how we can embrace AND consciously work with
that larger consciousness, using a primal language (the
theatre) to help it tell its stories." Chris Reardon,
"Contact Improvisation, a National
Gathering, is being
planned near Byron Bay, Australia, 8 - 13 June 2005.
Please forward your contact details, if you are interested
in attending, or in being involved in the planning, and also
to receive further updates." Emma Newman
"The Catskill Festival of New Theatre,
Highland Lake, NY,
USA. July 15 to August 27. NaCl Theatre will produce their
unique and eclectic international theatre festival in Highland
Lake, NY for its sixth season. This year's festival, which has
been extended to 7 weeks, is produced by NaCl founders,
Brad Krumholz and Tannis Kowalchuk and features the
most daring artists of today from the USA, Canada and
abroad. Please send tapes of your original work you would
like to have considered for a physical comedy/clown
weekend that will most likely be held on July 29 and 30.
Each performer will have up to 15 minutes to perform.
Housing and meals will be provided as well as a small fee."
Find a link to the Catskill Festival of New Theatre under
"About one hundred companies from 15 countries of Latin
America, USA and Europe have requested a registration
form for the seventh edition of the International Meeting
of Theatre Groups Experimenta Teatro. Up until August
5th, 2005, it is open to applications from professional
Groups of Theatre. "Experimenta 7 Teatro" will be held
from December 7 to 13, 2005, in the "Teatro Del Rayo"
Theatre Hall, Rosario - Argentina. The Festival lasts 7
days in which each participating team will give a show
plus a workshop related with its work technique. In the
program are included Seminars and Conferences of
Special Guests, Special Workshops, Debates on the
performances, Video Projections, a Theater Magazine
Meeting, a Theatre Festivals Directors Meeting, and a
Theatrical Critics Meeting. Those interested in apply
can download the Registration Form on our Web Site.
The festival is open to shows of Theatre, Dance-Theatre
and Theatre of Objects. The following Categories are
excluded: Children's Theatre, Puppetry, One-Person
Theatre and Street Theatre. Companies must be at
least 5 years old. Organization of the Festival will cover
lodging and meals of the Guest Groups until 7 members
maximum, plus a small Cachet to the Group. Required
Material: Registration Form + Video Recording with fixed
camera of the complete show (no editing), in VHS, DVD
or CD-Rom + Dossier containing the required information
in the Registration form. All the information is available
on our web site." El Rayo Misterioso. Find a link to the
Experimenta 7 Teatro site under Festivals
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