What we believe to be what we are interpreting has to be connected to what we show. Maintaining only the essence, going deep and being involved, how can we express the maximum and get to convey an idea or an emotion clearly with the minimum gestures or words. In this workshop we learn to create “lights” with the body, through which the viewer can receive, capture or understand the density of each moment.
Every movement is necessary and needs a dramatic reason to exist. Each movement is a decision: the performer must have an acute consciousness of the sense of the story he/she is interpreting, and must know how to articulate it moment by moment. The goal is to convey to the viewer, in the most eloquent way possible and without words, the whole complexity of a dramatic moment.
This intensive training is composed of two parts, a first part of physical training based on Etienne Decroux’s Dramatic Corporeal Mime technique, and a second part in which students work in groups of two or three people on short scenes. These scenes, that have been written with a pedagogical purpose by the Troisième Génération Company, contain various stage indications and some text.
Co-founder of the TROISIEME GENERATION Company, Agnès is an actress, she has created and acted in the six shows that her company has produced to this day. She graduated in Paris, at Atelier International de Mime led by Ivan Bacciocchi. She teaches Mime Corporal Dramatic at several French schools of dramatic art.
Throughout her cinematographic career, Agnès has played the lead role in Ne nous soumets pas à la tentation, a film by C. Carron, and has won the Jeune Espoir feminin award at the Carmet festival for her performance on La part de Franck, written and directed by Dominque Baumard. Lately she has played one of the leading characters in the series Le Chalet by Camille Bordes Resnais.
Actor, director and professor, Sergi is co-founder of the company TROISIEME GENERATION. He graduated in Interpretation at the Institut del Teatre in Barcelona, and subsequently obtained a Master’s Degree in Theater Studies at the Paris University Sorbonne Nouvelle. With his Company, he has created, interpreted and directed six shows of gesture theater.
With a long experience as a professor of body interpretation techniques, Sergi has taught in multiple schools in France and Europe. In March of 2019 his latest mise-en-scène will be premiered at the Théâtre13 of Paris, an adaptation to the theatre of La vie automatique by Christian Oster.
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