East European Performing Arts Platform (EEPAP) supports the
development of contemporary performing arts (dance and theatre)
in 18 countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
VIII METHODIKA 2018
Resonance with the School of Jurij Alschitz Berlin, 27th November to 2nd December 2018 Festival director: Christine Schmalor Since 1999, METHODIKA festival has been taking place on a regular basis, an opportunity for the newest ideas about theatre training methods and education to be exchanged. This year, METHODIKA is dedicated to the resonance of Jurij Alschitz’ teachings. With this in mind, artists having received significant inspiration from studies with Jurij Alschitz have been invited to lead workshops, interactive presentations and lectures: how have these studies sparked individual artistic development? What new work methods have flourished as a result? We will be celebrating 20 years of AKT.ZENT’s studio in Berlin with a memorable final party. On Sunday 2nd of December participants have the opportunity for further networking. Departure. Interested artists are warmly invited. Please apply as soon as possible as the number of participants is limited. Attendance fee: 180 € | Guest day pass: 60 € (only through personal application) Attendance for all contributing colleagues is free.
The European Team of Teachers from the World Theatre Institute AKT-ZENT will lead this edition of Methodika and will work – together with the invited colleagues – around the following themes: Improvisation as creative strategy / Dr. Olga Lapina, Lithuania Ritual and Metaphysics in the process of creation / Dimitris Tsiamis, Greece Training as Method: the exercise as a way to the stage / Riccardo Palmieri, Italy The Actor’s Musicality as a creative source / Christine Schmalor, Germany For each day, contributions in the form of trainings, exercises, lectures and performance lectures are provided by colleagues who present their ideas, experimenting with new formats of communication and seeking dialogue with Jurij Alschitz and all other participating artists. On the fifth day of the festival, Saturday 1st of December, Jurij Alschitz will give participants an introduction to his new research project on holistic theatre. The closing discussion in the afternoon should serve as a résumé of prospects for the future and provide room for new ideas.