Based mainly on the Theatre of the Oppressed method created by Brazilian director Augusto Boal, this course integrates various techniques- such as forum theatre, image creation, playback and improvisation-with the objective of achieving positive social and personal transformation through theatre. Transformational Theater is designed to be experiential and fun. It will be particularly useful for theatre workers, social workers, teachers, activists, community workers and anyone interested in using theatre to address societal issues-such as bullying, racism, family and work-related problems, youth and cross-cultural concerns, or community building.
Respect for privacy in a supportive, non-threatening atmosphere is assured. Please wear loose clothing suitable for movement and light shoes.
Starts :Wednesdays, March 14 to April 4 Time: 6.30 to 9 PM
To register go to Continuingstudies.uvic.ca/calendar
||ASTH629 2018S W01
||March. 14 – April. 4, 2018
||6:30 – 9:00 pm
|Total instructional hours:
||March 13 2018
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Story telling is one of the most ancient art forms. What makes a story truly artistic? After discussing the answers to this question the participants will tell their own stories and will be guided to discover and enhance the artistic values inherent in them.
A participatory workshop. Please come prepared to share a short story, no longer than five minutes.
Saturday, February 24 9 AM to 1 PM
Code ASTH655 2018 W01
Fee: $40.- plus GST
Storytelling Workshop at MISSA, June 29/30, 2013. For more information www.missa.ca/workshop/storytelling/ Detailed description of the workshop, see
“My Neruda” workshop in Toronto! April 26, 2, 28, 2013 at Dovercourt House. Contact Vanguardia.Dance firstname.lastname@example.org read more.
“My Neruda” workshop in Kitchener, Ontario, April 22, 23, 24. For information contact The MTSpace Theatre, (519)585 7763 or email@example.com
“My Neruda”in Victoria, a workshop conducted by Sebastian Mena, Lina de Guevara and Lynda Raino. (by invitation only).This workshop took place July 22 & 23, 2012 and was very successful. As we expected, Neruda’s poetry proved to be a powerful inspiration for the participants, who created unique performance pieces integrating voice and movement, in Spanish, English or a combination of both. We thank all who attended for their commitment to excellency and for the beauty of their work.
(Chilean Pablo Neruda is one of the greatest poets of the Spanish world…also one of the major poets of all times)