BORDERLESS workshop video
The workshop Borderless is a space of exchange between people who want to share experiences of being a refugee. It is open to anyone who feels like shouting their joy or pain into the world, no matter if you come from far or were born here, how long you have been in the city, what language you speak or culture you live. We realize a street show instead of a traditional theatre play. Performing on the street offers a chance to the participants to encounter the community through an artistic experience.
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A SHARED THEATRE Theatre workshops for children and teenagers
This projects offers a way to share Teatro Due Mondi’s street performances with groups of children and teenagers who wish to play with us. Each time we encounter a new group of young people, the fruits of our long artistic research get a new and different taste.
During many years of activity our street work has become a catalyst of social cohesion:
while taking part in the creation of a common show the youngsters are stimulated to enter in contact with each other and to cultivate a spirit of collaboration that is empowered and reinforced by the theatre experienced as a game.
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Meet Teatro Due Mondi and its Street.
This workshop has the intention of introducing participants to the complex dramaturgical work beneath a play that develops in an open space.
Every actor working alone or in a group must know at least some of the elements that will guide the attention of the outdoor public, the walking spectator.
We start from an analysis of one street show by Teatro Due Mondi and through practical examples, will define the elements (directing, acting and the dramaturgy) needed to develop a performance.
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GIVING VOICE workshopvideo
GIVING VOICE comes up from Teatro Due Mondi’s experience with migrants and refugees. It’s a workshop conceived to facilitate the process of learning a new language through theater and to encourage integration. GIVING VOICE offers a working method suitable in multicultural contexts with adults who never practice theater and need to learn a second language.
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