NEW FeSTeLõn Workshop: Theatre Movement run by Sergio Jaraiz
"Drama in it's simplest form is rhythmic movement of the body through space" - Georg Fuchs
Sergio Jaraiz first connected to Physical Theatre over ten years ago while he was studying Sport Science. His method is based on movement techniques, which are not only a complimentary training for actors but can be the strongest foundation on which build the craft. He personally extends this idea beyond theatre into a life philosophy, "We are moving animals, so behave like that."
Sergio has trained and worked professionally in both Madrid and London as an actor, dancer and movement director performing in venues such as Royal Opera House, Edinburgh Festival and Netflix feature film 'Been So Long' directed by BAFTA Award winning Tinge Krishnan (to be released in Autumn '18). He has led numerous workshops and courses in Spain and UK including Voice and Movement for people affected by Parkinson's disease and coaching professional actors. Some of his training and working techniques comes from Michael Chekhov, Lecoq, Tanztheatre, Grotowski-Barba and Contemporary Dance/Contact Improvisation.
DON'T THINK YOUR MOVES, MOVE YOUR THOUGHTS
Sergio is back with his second movement workshop on the 29th April at 11:00 at the Theatre Deli.
This workshop is also about exploring basic movement skills and how to develop them.
The aim of the workshop is to achieve a more efficient way of using your body and an awareness of space. It will explore different relationships with space, rhythm, breath, and other bodies.
This workshop is open to everyone. Please wear comfortable clothes for moving in.
This session will take place in Spanish with an English interpreter.
Please arrive 10 minutes early so we can start promptly.
LOCATION: THEATRE DELICATESSEN - DELI STUDIOS, 2 FINSBURY AVENUE, LONDON, EC2M 2PA
PRICE: £10 FULL PRICE, £5 CONCESSION (STUDENT WITH A VALID STUDENT CARD)
TICKETS CAN ALSO BE BOUGHT ON THE DOOR.
This workshop is part of a series being put on by Festival of Spanish Theatre London. Workshops will run on Sundays until May.