Physical Theatre Perspectives or PTP is a performance skills approach which negotiates moving and sound-making in experimental and non-text-based performance genres. Emphasis is placed on naturalistic and abstract ways of being and partnering to carry forward story narration. Physical Theatre Perspectives through devised scene work unites vocal, theatrical, and movement techniques into one borderless expression which is practiced by Company SBB and that can apply to the current fields of performance art, immersive, and physical theatre standards in Europe and the United States. The engagement in this work will allow students to approach the company’s dance-theatre based repertory that will be performed at The O’Shaughnessy as well as other pieces within the company’s current touring repertory. For Intermediate to advance levels.
Tuesday, May 9 | 10:00-11:30am
The O’Shaughnessy at St. Catherine University (Stage)
2004 Randolph Ave., Saint Paul, MN 55105
*Participants should enter through the yellow stage door located on the east side of the building. More details and parking map + permit will be sent once participants pre-register.
Cost: $20 (no class cards accepted)
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Photo: SBB in Embarqued by Alex Boener