• Posts Tagged ‘Workshops’

    Alumni On Tour: Tut’Zanni on the Road

    by  • October 10, 2012 • Alumni, MFA in Physical Theatre Program, Undergraduate Physical Theatre, Workshops • 0 Comments

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    The Tut’Zanni Theatre Company just finished a memorable workshop and performance tour of schools in South Carolina, Mississippi, and Arkansas. The company, comprised of six actors who met studying at the Accademia dell’Arte in 2006, reunited earlier this year in Arezzo Italy to develop a Commedia dell’Arte-based show, called Art For Sale. After earning...

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    Alumni On Tour: Images from Tut’zanni’s Fall Tour

    by  • October 10, 2012 • Alumni, Faculty & Staff, MFA in Physical Theatre Program, Undergraduate Physical Theatre, Workshops • 0 Comments

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    This fall the Accademia was proud to present a group of our MFA alums on tour. The Tut’zanni Theatre Company is made up of six working artists who met in 2006 while studying physical theatre at the Accademia dell’Arte and have reunited to devise their ideal form of theatre, Commedia dell’arte. Here are a...

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    Scuola Teatro Dimitri visits ADA

    by  • June 12, 2012 • Summer Arts Program, Workshops • 0 Comments

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    Last Wednesday, Villa Godiola received fifteen visitors from the Scuola Teatro Dimitri, which is located in the town of Verscio, in the southern Italian-speaking region of Switzerland. The Scuola Teatro Dimitri is currently touring its undergraduate program’s group thesis production, an adaptation of Dostoevskij’s short story “Bobok.” The Summer Arts Program students met the...

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    The Dancers Experience Butoh

    by  • April 3, 2012 • Dance Program, Student Life, Uncategorized, Undergraduate Physical Theatre, Undergraduate Programs • 0 Comments

    Liv Berger (Dance): Recently, the dancers had the opportunity to experience a weeklong Butoh intensive. Butoh is a realm of performance that none of us have previously studied which made this already unique field even more foreign. We began the week by learning how to stand, walk, and most importantly see. Standing and walking...

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