Weekend courses

These weekend workshops are an excellent opportunity to get to know the possibilities of physical theatre and other related artforms. Above all, they are a good occasion to acquire useful tools and to explore the expressive possibilities of the body and movement, guided by specialised teachers.

The workshops are open to all levels, previous experience is not required. If you have experience in other disciplines (such as dance, circus, theatre etc.), this experience will be useful without a doubt. However the methodology is adapted to the level of each student.

Our 22-23 programme will offer, alongside a workshop of INTRODUCTION to corporeal mime, THEMATIC COURSES that focus on concrete tools in different areas of performing arts.

2022-2023 courses
The gesture and its intention

The gesture and its intention

taught by Olivier Décriaud

22nd – 23rd October 2022
Saturday 11h-14h & 15:30h – 18:30h
Sunday 10h – 14h

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The Voice Rebirth

The Voice Rebirth

Voice work workshop taught by Anna Estrada

From 11th to 13th December 2022
Friday 16h – 19h
Saturday 10h-13h & 14:30h – 17:30h
Sunday 10h – 14h

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Body Weather

Body Weather

Dance wotkshop taught by Andrés Corchero

2nd&3rd December 2022
Friday 16h – 20h
Saturday 10h-14h & 15h – 19h

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The body always tells: voice and gesture in stage storytelling

The body always tells: voice and gesture in stage storytelling

Workshop on oral narration and physicality taught by Judith Navarro
11th, 18th & 25th February 2023

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Objects' Animation and Movement Workshop

Objects' Animation and Movement Workshop

taught by Cie. Zero en Conducta

TO BE PROGRAMMED

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How a text can move us

How a text can move us

taught by Antonio Morcillo

TO BE PROGRAMMED

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The teachers have been at complete disposal and devoted to the course. They take profit of anything that the student can offer in an exercice. That makes you confident of taking risks with any proposal without feeling judged. - Amalia Rodríguez

It was funny to break down movements as if it was a grammar exercice, and later building them again as if composing a poem. - Caroline Giffard