Our body movements are a language that reflects different experiences of discrimination and privilege. What reactions and actions are evoked in our bodies? With what intensity? In what context?
Through dance & movement and improvisation, these questions and answers, actions and reactions will be playfully explored with a focus on exchange and the goal of a theatrical composition for a (shared) story.
The atlier is also the preparation for the theatre...
Wo: MAXIM Theater, 8005, Zürich
Are museums rather strange places for you? Do you rarely visit them or not at all? Then come to the Kulturguerilla at the MAXIM Theatre. Here you have the opportunity to participate in the creation of a unique project. On the road in a small team, we will look at and explore art and discover and re-experience art spaces.
In workshops at the MAXIM Theatre we will experiment with the experiences we have made and develop our own theatrical forms of expression...
SPEAKING, SINGING, PERFORMING GERMAN - Training German with narration, rap or song
The SPEAKING, SINGING, PERFORMING GERMAN course explores the German language in all its tonal colors and possibilities, practicing correct pronunciation, articulation, rhythm and intonation, and trying out different ways of performing. The course is aimed at anyone from level A2 who would like to improve their expressive skills. Previous musical experience is not necessary;...
In the THEATRE COURSE FOR LEARNING GERMAN, participants play theater and learn to express themselves in the German language. The course is aimed at all those who still speak little German (from A2). Previous knowledge of theater is not required.
The course will take place from September 6, 2021 to February 11, 2022. It always takes place on Mondays from 16.30-18.45. Cost: Fr. 170.- per semester for 20 afternoons and 2 full-day workshops for people living in...
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