Apr 1–4, 2013
|Organized by:||Studio Emad Eddin Foundation
|Address:||11 Mahmoud Bassiouny Street, Downtown|
The European Union, Al-Ismaelia, British Council, The Embassy of the Kingdom of Netherlands, Institut Francais d'Egypte, Al-Mawred Al-Thaqafy, Goethe Institut, Centre for Culture and Development
About the workshop
Bootworks presents a four days professional workshop that will give a group of students/artists the opportunity to work with the directors of the company. Participants will work with Bootworks’ world famous Black Box Theatre installation, and work with a range of methods and mediums to explore the making of theatre for small audiences, deconstructing story/text for performance and multidisciplinary intimate scale performance. We will be using text, story, objects, props, puppetry and analogue back-projection.
Over the four days participants will explore and work with contemporary devising processes, identical to those that Bootworks uses professionally and academically.
About Bootworks Theatre Collective
Bootworks Theatre Collective (C.I.C.) is a resident company at The Show Room Theatre, University of Chichester. They are a multi-disciplined group of artists committed to making high-quality and original theatre and performance. They strive to be both highly innovative and accessible in the work they create. Their commitment is to tour to non-traditional locations and present cutting edge performance to audiences of all walks of life. Thus far they have presented our work in the U.K, France, Germany, Norway, Brazil, China and Japan.
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