August 2012

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Artmedia - Physical Theatre News - August 2012

   Two-Month Physical Theatre Intensive with Total Theatre, Australia

   2013 Modern Clown Summer School with Alan Clay, New Zealand

   Performing Arts Workshops in Schools with Alex Pinder, Australia

  Mime Workshop with Sir Jon Trimmer, Tempo Dance Festival, NZ 
  Secret Circus Sleepover Fundraiser, NICA, Victoria, Australia
  BodyWeather Intensive with Tess De Quincey, Adelaide, Australia
  Melbourne Juggling Convention, special guest Marco Paoletti , Australia
  October Choreolab Expressions of interest, Ausdance, Australia
  Sydney Fringe online registration for 2013 and street party, Australia 
  Ausdance Masterclasses and Artist Talks, Brisbane Festival, Australia
  Clown Workshops, New York Clown Theatre Festival 2012, USA
  Weekend Workshop 'Getting out of the audience' with Jonathan Kay, UK
Workshops in Physical Theatre, Masks & Clown, YINdeYAN, Spain
  Commedia Dell' arte and Clown workshops with Javier Tenias, Costa Rica

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Welcome to the August 2012 edition of the Artmedia physical theatre newsletter, your occasional e-publication with an Australasian focus and a global perspective, now in its eleventh year and reaching over 2,500 subscribers.

I'm currently in LA, doing early development on a new romantic comedy film set amongst the street clowns at Venice Beach and this is getting me inspired about my upcoming Clown Summer School in Wanganui, New Zealand. There is still lots of time to get the best deal on this fun residential workshop and you can find more information below in the Playspace section.

In the Sponsorship this month we welcome Total Theatre, the premier physical theatre school, with information on their two-month physical theatre intensive beginning October 15th. Mime, Improvisation, Aerial Skills and Singing are just some of the skills included in the intensive training. The course covers a wide range of performance skills and no formal qualifications are required. Total Theatre brings together some of the best specialist teachers and practitioners in the profession.  Enrollment is now open.

In the Features we have information on performing arts workshops for schools offered by Alex Pinder. His fun but challenging workshops include Clowning & Slapstick, Commedia dell'arte, Mime, Shakespeare and more. He has workshops to suit primary students, lower and upper secondary students. 

In Networking we have information on a Mime Workshop with Sir Jon Trimmer in Auckland, New Zealand. The workshop is part of the Tempo Dance Festival held annually. This October 14th workshop is open to professionals and non-professionals.

In Australia, NICA is holding a Secret Circus Sleepover to raise funds for a students' study tour to France. The sleep over is for children aged 5-12. Bookings close August 27th. In Adelaide, Tess De Quincey is offering a BodyWeather Weekend Intensive Sepember 22 & 23. Bookings are essential. The Melbourne Juggling Convention kicks off September 28 for four days at Collingwood College. There will be special guest performers and over 60 hours of circus workshops on every topic.

In Adelaide, Ausdance SA is accepting expressions of interest for participation in the October Choreolab which runs October 4th - 6th. Submission deadline is September 17. Sydney Fringe launches on Friday 7th September with a free street party from 5pm at Newtown Square. This year's festival offers a new program, Springboard, to nurture emerging talent. The Fringe runs through September 30th. In Brisbane, Ausdance Queensland in conjunction with Brisbane Festival has organised an array of masterclasses and artist talks on Saturday September 15th and 22nd. Don't miss this great chance to learn from industry greats.

In the USA, the New York Clown Theatre Festival is being held September 7th - 30th. The festival includes the Spymonkey Clown Masterclass with Aitor Basauri and a workshop with Audrey Crabtree - One of Us! A Bouffon Emersion.

In the UK, Jonathan Kay is holding his weekend workshop 'Getting out of the audience' in Glastonbury on September 8th & 9th. The workshop is specific to the art of improvised performance using the Fool archetype.

In Spain, the 5th International Laboratory of YINdeYAN runs August 27th - October 5th with six workshops covering neutral mask, larvae masks, expressive masks and clown. English speakers are welcome.

Director and pedagogue Javier Tenias will be in Costa Rica presenting workshops in Commedia Dell' arte, Theater and Clown September 9th - 26th. Workshops are open to beginners and experienced professionals.

We aim to provide an avenue of communication for the physical theatre community, so promote your event or project by taking a Feature or a Sponsorship in this newsletter, and please also forward this to someone else who may be interested.

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On the artmedia.com.au site you can find links to performers, companies, resources and festivals all over the world, and you can also subscribe to this newsletter. The newsletter archive includes all issues for the past nine years. Check it out at: http://www.artmedia.com.au/news.htm

Theatre LOTE provide innovative Bilingual Performances for schools and festivals. http://www.theatrelote.com.au (Photo right: Theatre LOTE)
Find information on the Artmedia film projects.
Playspace Clown Training information.
Sue Broadway has information on her touring performances and projects.
Aerialize have information on their aerial theatre classes and projects in Sydney.

Our artmedia.com.au website deals still provide great value. For one page on the Artmedia site, it is just Aus$20 a month, or Aus$30 for as many as you want, so contact us if you want to promote your work on a site which features search engine referrals direct to your page, and over 1,600 links from like-minded sites. We also have a publishing service, where we do your website at your address. On this deal it is just Aus$40 a month to maintain and promote the site, no matter how many pages you have, and only Aus$20 a page set up cost.

Visit our seven pages of links, one each for Festivals, Training, Resources, Circus and Clown , and Physical Theatre , and two pages of Performers links.

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Sponsor: Total Theatre - Maylands, Western Australia,   Director - International Performer Annie Stainer,   Patron - Steven Berkoff, Established 2002

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Have you always wanted to study acting, but never had the time to do a full-time course?

Would you like to study at one of Australia's premier physical theatre schools? Then why not come to Perth? Total Theatre is a professional school where performers of all ages are learning to live their dreams.

Where else can you ride a unicycle, sing an aria, stand on your head, tap dance on a table, beat on a drum, recite Shakespeare, juggle plates AND learn to relax?

Total Theatre has established a unique reputation as one of Australia's outstanding physical training opportunities, successfully bringing together some of the best specialist teachers and practitioners in the profession. 

Our courses cater not only for experienced performers and professionals but also for beginners stepping into the world of performance for the first time.

Graduates of Total Theatre have gone on to work with some of Perth’s foremost theatre companies whilst others have created solo work, formed independent theatre companies, or taken their work to theatre, comedy and street arts festivals around the world. Others have continued their training accepting positions at WAAPA, VCA, NIDA and NICA

NOW ENROLLING - 2012 Two-Month  Physical Theatre Intensive 15th  October - 5th December 2012.

This exceptional course provides a unique opportunity for those wishing to train in a wide range of exciting performance skills in a more condensed form.

Course includes: Theatre, Mime, Dance, Feldenkrais, Improvisation, Circus Arts, Aerial Skills, Voice, Singing, Stage Combat, Martial Arts, Clowning and Commedia dell'Arte. 

Training is open to those aged 17yrs+. There are no formal qualifications required. The audition process is a simple one and we accept DVD's if you cannot come in person.

For details contact Sophie on (08) 9385 4211 or sophie@totaltheatre.com.au

 Past Students say:

"Breaks the mould of generalised acting and provides you with an amazing array of avenues upon which to enhance, enrich and develop your own performance style." (Graduate of 3 month course)

"The course exceeded my expectations" (Graduate of 3 month course)


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Modern Clown Summer School 2013, 10am - 4pm Monday to Friday, February 4th to 22nd (3-weeks accommodation, 15 work days, no training on weekends)

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Reconnect with the playful, inquisitive, cheeky, clown spirit in a private studio space with adjoining dormitory accommodation, overlooking the mouth of the Wanganui river. This course is led by Alan Clay at his retreat centre in New Zealand.

Each day will start with a yoga warm up and participants will work physically to free themselves from patterns and to connect with their emotions. Clown is empathic, 'feeling with' the audience, and it is also playful, open to the impulses in each moment, and this workshop will train and develop these skills through improvisation exercises. Street theatre has informed and assisted the development of modern clown, and participants will take exercises from the studio and work at street-cafe's to develop interactive audience skills. It's easy and fun.

Video will be used as a feedback tool and by the end of the third week students will develop shows and performance material suitable for both indoor and street environments.

The summer school is aimed at those with a professional interest in clown. It is suitable both for beginners and for those with experience, and it functions best with this mix in the class. There will be a minimum of four and maximum of eight on the workshop. The residential nature of the summer school provides a relaxed atmosphere and secluded environment which means that students get more out of the contact hours and can also process and discuss the work outside of the class.

The summer school runs 10am - 4pm Monday to Friday from February 4th - 22nd 2013. Participants will have the weekends free and the studio will be available for individual work. The studio is within reach of breathtaking west coast beaches, bush walks and jet boat or canoe expeditions, but still handy to good coffee and all facilities.

Note: There will be no traditional clown skills taught in this workshop, no character technique, no balloon modeling, no circus skills and no makeup technique. Juggling and other circus skills are encouraged as a warm-up and out-of-class activity.

Fees: NZ$1200 Price Buster (by September 30th) NZ$1500 Earlybird (by December 15th) and NZ$1800 Full. A NZ$300 deposit will hold a place. (All fees and deposits are non-refundable). Fees include 20 nights accommodation (from February 3rd - February 22nd inclusive) with kitchen facilities.

Enrolment: Send an email to: clown@artmedia.com.au to hold a place or make enquiries about this workshop.

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Feature: Angels Can Fly, a Modern Clown User Guide - now available for the Kindle, iPad and Kobo readers

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Angel's Can Fly is available for the Kindle reader from Amazon and for the Apple iPad through the iBooks app at iTunes. We recommend purchasing the book for the Kindle or the iPad as this gives you the best value product and the most versatile reading experience. The ebook costs only US$9.99 and is searchable with links between pre-requisite and co-requisite exercises. The ebook can also be purchased for the Kobo reader in New Zealand through Whitcoulls or in Australia through Borders or Angus & Robertson.

Angels Can Fly is now in use in the drama departments of over 150 Australian and New Zealand high schools and has started to make its way into US and UK universities. This is a textbook for a fast changing art form, as clown escapes from the circus to perform in theatres and streets. The traditional approach to teaching clown is routine or gag based and this sits uncomfortably both with the teaching practices in modern performing arts education and with today's audiences. This book includes a total of 50 practical clown exercises appropriate for workshops or performance, developed by Alan Clay through 30 years of teaching. Specific prerequisites to any exercise are detailed in each chapter.

You can find the paperback on Amazon at this link:
http://tinyurl.com/9nrwj. And check out more info at: www.alanclay.com

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Feature: Alex Pinder - Workshops for Schools - Clowning and Slapstick, Mime, Commedia dell'arte, Neutral Mask, Shakespeare

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I have been working in the performing arts for over twenty-five years in Australia, England, India and Singapore. Throughout Australia I have run workshops and classes in schools, for students of all ages. I have also taught in TAFES and universities. All my classes and workshops are fun, challenging and exciting.

Clowning and Slapstick (primary and lower secondary) 
This workshop taps into students creativity where we create physical comedy characters and practice well known comedy skits as well as create new ones. In learning slap stick students learn timing and team work.
Mime (primary and lower secondary)
In mime we will learn techniques to create objects, such as the wall and the door and cups and plates, and places such as the haunted house, and in gardens and under the sea. Later we will create characters and stories through movement and mime.
Drama Workshop (primary and lower secondary)
This workshop develops self-confidence, as well as the imagination and creativity. We play drama and improvisation games that enable students to loosen inhibitions and to work with each other co-operatively. Students will participate in exercises that create characters and scenes.
Commedia dell'arte (secondary)
This workshop looks at the characters, the passions and the masks of the Italian traditional commedia dell'arte. We will discover the relevance of this 16th Century style to modern theatre. This is a very physical approach to performance.     
Neutral Mask (upper secondary)
The Neutral Mask is an important tool in the training of actors. It assists performers in discovering more about themselves and the world around them. In working with the mask we tap into the actor's creativity. Through a number of exercises we explore the elements, colors and animals, and explore possibilities of devising character and situation. It is a physical approach to acting.    
Shakespeare (upper secondary)
Shakespeare can be fun! This workshop brings his great plays to life. A very practical actor's approach to the text that makes it accessible and exciting. Workshops are also available in Chekhov and Greek Tragedy. 
I am also available to direct or act as a consultant on your school production. For more information please visit my web site:

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"Mime Workshop with Sir Jon Trimmer, Tempo Dance Festival, Auckland, NZ, October 14th. Tempo Dance Festival 2012, the annual festival that celebrates dance in all its forms and styles presents a mime workshop with Sir Jon Trimmer. Sir Jon is one of New Zealand's leading exponents of dance and theatre mime. This hands-on workshop is open to all from 5 - 105 year olds from professional and non-professional theatre, dance and drama interests. For more information or to book your place visit our web site."   Celia Walmsley, Director, Tempo Dance Festival. Find a link to Tempo Dance Festival under Festivals at: http://www.artmedia.com.au/links9.htm  
"Secret Circus Sleepover Fundraiser, NICA, Victoria, Australia, September 1. Parents, fancy a night out whilst the kids run away to the circus? The National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA) is hosting a Secret Circus Sleepover starting on the evening of Saturday 1 September to help raise funds for students travelling to Auch, France, on a study tour. The package includes the sleepover with workshops and games, entertainment, popcorn, breakfast and much more. The night at the circus is for children aged 5-12. It is fully supervised and the cost is $50 per child. Book now as places are limited. Closing date for bookings is 27 August. For more information or to make a booking please visit our web site." Team NICA. Find a link to NICA under Training at: http://www.artmedia.com.au/links7.htm
"BodyWeather Weekend Intensive with Tess De Quincey, Adelaide, Australia, September 22 -23. This workshop will provide a thorough immersion in BodyWeather principles alongside elements of BUTOH training. Bookings are essential as places are limited. Please visit the web site for more information." Tess De Quincey. Find a link to BodyWeather with De Quincey under Training at: http://www.artmedia.com.au/links7.htm (Photo right: BodyWeather)

"Melbourne Juggling Convention 2012, Australia, September 28 - October 1. MJC will now take place from Friday 28th September to Monday 1st October, still at Collingwood College. Juggling, balancing, isolating, spinning and more. Special international guest performer Marco Paoletti joins us for 4 days of circus workshops, shows and juggling fun. Marco currently lives in Berlin, and specialises in juggling, Contact juggling and Rue Cyr. He'll be performing over the convention and teaching workshops in juggling, performance craft and an introduction to acro yoga!  This year the Melbourne Juggling Convention special guest is Patrik Elmnert. We are very lucky to also have Kit Summers in Melbourne during the time of MJC this year. He will be attending the event and running his unique "Juggling with Finesse" 2-day workshop right before the MJC. Keep an eye out on our facebook page for help networking, car-pooling and accommodation.  If you've had to change flights etc to attend, please contact me about an MJC discount. The convention features over 60 hours of circus workshops on every topic, a public gala show, Renegade show and market stalls. Please visit the web site for more information. Happy juggling!" Christian Parr, Artistic Director, MJC. Find a link to Melbourne Juggling Convention under Festivals at: http://www.artmedia.com.au/links9.htm   
"October Choreolab Expressions of interest, Ausdance, Adelaide, Australia, deadline September 17. Ausdance SA is now accepting expressions of interest for artist participation in the October Choreolab at AC Arts Main Theatre, including interest in the $15,000 Choreolab Development Residency. Choreolab provides a showcase for independent artists. Choreographers have successfully utilised Choreolab as a pathway to developing larger scale funded works for presentation at the Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne's Next Wave festival, for inSPACE at the Adelaide Festival Centre and for production by major companies. Choreolab runs October 4th - 6th at Adelaide College of the Arts. For full application details please visit the Ausdance SA web site." Find a link to Ausdance SA under Dance at: http://www.artmedia.com.au/links4.htm

"Sydney Fringe Festival, Australia, September 7th - 30th. If you missed out on registration for this year's Sydney Fringe, online registration for 2013 will begin in March next year, so mark it in your calendar. But in the mean time join the biggest spring party in Sydney! Sydney Fringe launches on Friday 7th September with a free street party from 5pm at Newtown Square. Sydney's independent festival for the visual and performing arts is NSW'S largest alternative arts event. The Sydney Fringe pops up in venues all over Sydney including Leichhardt, Parramatta, Oxford Street and the City. There are a huge number of free events and this year's festival offers a new program, Springboard, to nurture emerging talent. The Sydney Fringe is now unique - a completely open access arts festival available to everyone and everyplace across Australia's greatest city. Visit our web site for a schedule of events." Lew Palaitis, General Manager, Sydney Fringe Festival.  Find a link to Sydney Fringe Festival under Festivals at: http://www.artmedia.com.au/links9.htm   
"Ausdance Masterclass Series, Brisbane Festival, Australia, September 15th & 22nd. Brisbane's dance community will enjoy an influx of amazing talent in September and get the chance to learn from industry greats. The masterclass sessions, organised by Ausdance Queensland in conjunction with Brisbane Festival, will see world-leading choreographers and dancers share their experience, and the technical and artistic skills that have propelled them to the peak of the dance world. Participate in an array of masterclasses and artist talks on Saturday September 15th and 22nd. Please visit the Brisbane Festival web site to view the festival programme." Noel Staunton, Artistic Director, Brisbane Festival.  Find a link to Brisbane Festival under Festivals at: http://www.artmedia.com.au/links9.htm   

The New York Clown Theatre Festival 2012, USA, September 7th - 30th. The NY Clown Theatre Festival is New York's preeminent annual, international Clown Theatre festival since its inception in 2006. The Brick Theater, Inc., presenter of the first festival of Clown Theatre in New York in over 20 years in 2006, brings the festival back this fall as the 2012 New York Clown Theatre Festival, performing September 7 - 30 at The Brick Theater in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The festival begins on September 7 with its traditional opening day parade from Union Square through the L line subway to Williamsburg, followed by an open-to-the-public pie fight at The Brick Theater! And it closes on September 30 with the traditional closing day Funeral, with clowns weeping and wailing in the streets of Williamsburg. The festival includes workshops like Spymonkey Clown Masterclass September 5th - 9th led by Aitor Basauri and One of Us! A Bouffon Emersion September 22 & 23rd led by Audrey Crabtree. For more information and to book a workshop visit the Brick Theater web site." The Team at The Brick. Find a link to New York Clown Theatre Festival under Festivals at: http://www.artmedia.com.au/links9.htm

"Physical Theatre, Masks & Clown Workshops, YINdeYAN, Laudio-Llodio, Spain, August 27th - Oct 5th. The 5th International Laboratory of YINdeYAN begins August 27th with the first of six workshops covering neutral mask, larvae masks, expressive masks and clown. Each workshop runs 5 days. We already have confirmed students coming from Canada, UK, Switzerland, Brasil, Spain, France, Palestine, Ireland, Greece. The workshops are for actors, dancers, directors, choreographers, teachers and other people related to physical work and space. English speakers are welcome. Pablo Ibarluzea is an actor, director and teacher with an extensive international background having taught Movement, Clown and Neutral Mask at the Ecole Philippe Gaulier (Paris) and graduated from the Ecole International de Theatre Jacques Lecoq (Paris). In 2008 he created YINdeYAN, where he teaches international workshops in Physical Theatre, Masks and Clown. For more information visit our web site." Pablo Ibarluzea, Founder, YINdeYan. Find a link to YINdeYAN under Training at: http://www.artmedia.com.au/links7.htm (Photo left: YINdeYAN)

"Weekend Workshop 'Getting out of the audience' with Jonathan Kay, Glastonbury, UK, September 8th - 9th. 'Getting out of the audience' is the name given to people who want to get out of their chairs and experience what it means to be a performer. This way of theatre is specific to the art of improvised performance using the Fool archetype, because you could say that only a Fool would get up out of the audience, into a space with no props, set design or script and start to perform a play. Getting out of the Audience gives you the opportunity to experience this foolishness. Once tasted, it draws you in to discover a huge world, which you get to play in, create in and find your Fool in. Jonathan Kay is a 21st century Fool. Kay is recognized as a leading teacher of Fooling, having toured in the USA, Canada, Australia, Spain, Bosnia, Jordan and the UK. He sees this art form as inclusive, a way of including both the 'real' world of the audience and the 'imaginary' world of theatre. He takes his audience on a journey into the human experience using paradox, taking licence with the dark and light aspects of life. For more information or to book your place visit our web site." Jonathan Kay. Find a link to Jonathan Kay under Training at: http://www.artmedia.com.au/links7.htm

"Commedia Dell'arte, Theater and Clown workshops with Javier Tenias, Costa Rica, September 9th - 26th. The director and pedagogue Javier Tenias will visit Costa Rica for presentations and workshops of Commedia Dell' arte, Theater and Clown from 9 to 26 September. The workshop "Approaching the Commedia dell 'Arte" will be an experience aimed at all age groups over 16 years and will work the main characters and concepts of the Commedia, seeking to awaken the passion for this genre of theater, as well as providing a range of skills required for the proper interpretation. The Clown Intensive Workshop "A process for the clown" brings together comedian and clown theater tools that the performer can use everyday in stage work and which is an excellent interpretation tool for both beginner and the experienced professional. During the tour of Costa Rica, the teacher will launch the second edition of "Comedy for Everyone" which is a manual on Commedia Dell 'Arte, Clown and Technical Theatre. For more information visit the web site." Team at Costa Rica Clown. Find a link to the Javier Tenias Workshops under Training at: http://www.artmedia.com.au/links7.htm   

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