Weekend-Courses

Weekend-Courses - Informations
All the courses of the 33rd Theatertage am See will take place at the Bodensee-Schule St. Martin in Friedrichshafen. On principle all interested people can take part. Additionally to amateur-actors of all branches and age this offer of courses is especially given to men and women who work in padagogical jobs.

Theatre-Workshops  8th - 9th. april 2017

W6
Teufel-Clown & Engel-Clown - Ist der Clown denn gut oder böse?
Andreas Weisser, Ravensburg

W7
Pantomime und Figuration
Günter Fortmeier, Oberried

W8
Alte Meister ohne Kleister
Ein kleiner Performance – Baukasten
Volker Schubert, Tübingen

W9
Schranken hoch, Stimmen frei!
Intensiv-Workshop Körper - Atem - Stimme / Gestaltung
Helga Kröplin, Tübingen

W10
Regiehandwerk auf und neben der Bühne
Regie für Fortgeschrittene und Anfänger (Schwerpunkt: Kinder- und Jugendarbeit)
Rob Doornbos, Karlsruhe

W11
Sex and Drugs and Rock´n Roll - Erotik auf der Bühne
Daniela Burkhardt, Tübingen

W12
Geschichten frei erzählen lernen
Maria Winter, Ulm

W13
Jetzt reicht es! Oder?
Szenisches Schreiben und Stückentwicklung
Lorenz Hippe, Berlin

W14
GRENZENLOS – FREI IM KOPF! – Ein Improvisationstheater-Workshop
Wibke Juliana Richter, Neu-Ulm

W15
Unterschiede und Gemeinsamkeiten feiern - Chorisches Theater
Katja Fillmann, Berlin

W 16
Theaterlabor zum szenischen Spiel
Citlali Huevo-Sánchez, Berlin

W 17
Low cost theater and it's process
Ashesh Malla, Nepal


W 18
Power Play
Exploring spatial and psychological relationships in theatre.
Micheal Woodwood, London, England


W 19
Teatro Tango® - ein Tanz zwischen inneren und äußeren Grenzen
Jorge Aquista, Berlin, Barcelona

W 20
Der choreographische Methodenkoffer (auch für "Nicht-Tänzer")
Jana Schmück, Bautzen

W21
Theater ist Dialog
Theater mit Geflüchteten und Migranten
Olek Witt, Dresden

W 17  Low cost theater and it's process
Ashesh Malla, Nepal

In his workshop Ashesh Malla aims to show how low cost theater (frugal theater) can be put into practice. The method he uses is a participatory approach. He will teach the making of street play, based on low cost methods. Furthermore he will focus on special acting methods. He uses breathing as a source of creating emotion and therefore inspiring the actor. Breathing techniques from Pranayam, the yogic breathing method, will play an important role in this workshop as well as working on catharsis and other exercise techniques. The workshop also aims to develop a short street play that might be performed at the end of the festival.
Ashesh Malla is a famous theatre personality of Nepal. He is the founder of street theatre in Nepal and also well known for his introduction of the concept of low cost theatre in Nepal. He founded his theatre group „Sarwanam theatre“ in 1982.  This theatre group, where he still serves as the Director and Artistic Director is the oldest and one of the most popular theatre groups in Nepal.  In 2010, he founded the Sarwanam Dramatic Art Centre. The building that houses a theatre hall, cafeteria, art gallery, workshop hall and library is a first of a kind in Nepal. In the same centre, he also runs an exclusive 3 months production oriented theatre training.  Ashesh Malle has shown his plays and conducted theatre workshops in many countries like USA, Canada, Bangladesh, Germany, Pakistan, India, China etc. In 2016 he staged his production „Shakti“ at the Theatertage am See Festival in Friedrichshafen.
Kurssprache: Englisch

W 18  Power PlayExploring spatial and psychological relationships in theatre.
Micheal Woodwood, London, England

The session uses a number of bamboo canes of different lengths to explore emotional, political, cultural and spatial relationships; be it a family, a marriage, a group of friends, a team, or a community.  The session will investigate the limits and freedoms we place on ourselves as individuals, groups or even countries. The technique looks at the power relationships between these groups and helps actors understand the needs, desires, responsibilities and cultural values that affect characters lives.  The bamboo canes help us to make real the unwritten contracts we have with other human beings that both unite and divide us. It is generally used as a rehearsal technique by directors and actors as a way of examining dialogue, character emotions and relationships and can be applied to any dramatic text to help explore stage movement, gesture, action and character motivation in a scene. It is a physical process for groups and is accessible to everyone regardless of age or physical ability.
Micheal Woodwood lebt in London und arbeitet seit vielen Jahren als Regisseur, Theaterlehrer und Schauspieler. Er leitete 10 Jahre lang das Jugendtheater des Redbridge Theaters in London. Über viele Jahre unterrichtete er Schauspielstudenten oder leitete Workshops in Litauen, Tschechien, Irland, Holland, Finnland, den USA und England. Dort sorgte auch für eine große Verbreitung des Forum Theaters in Gemeinden, Schulen und weiteren öffentlichen Bereichen. Seit 1995 bis dato leitet er die „Vital Stages Theatre Company“, die professionelle Gruppe des Redbridge Theaters. Seine Arbeitsschwerpunkte sind Schauspieltraining, Improvisationstheater, Chorisches Theater, Kabuki, Textarbeit, Szenenentwicklung sowie die Arbeit mit Monologen und Dialogen. Letztes Jahr war er mit seiner Produktion „Journeys“ bei uns an den Theatertagen am See zu Gast.
Kurssprache: Englisch