15 – 16 November 2014 | 10 – 16 h | Mime Centrum Berlin
During this workshop you will be guided through the rich and powerful world of feeling – from the animal to the civilized, from the subtle to the wild. Feelings states are passing through us all the time – sometimes we are aware of them and sometimes not. By quietening your thinking mind and uncovering a soft, receptive place in yourself, you will experience your own and your partners’ feelings and respond instinctively and playfully with voice, movement and spoken narrative. This ability to embody your emotions adds atmosphere, intimacy and subtext to your improvisations.
discovered Action Theater in 2000 when she met Sten Rudstrøm in San Francisco. Since then she has trained extensively with both Ruth Zaporah and Sten. She has been teaching this work since 2003 and leads weekly classes in London and in Brighton as well as workshops around the UK and Europe.
She performs solo, duet and group improvisations and is part of EAT – a European Action Theater ensemble. In 2009 she co-founded ‘Stranger than Fiction’, a monthly performance platform for improvised work in London and Brighton.
Kate has also trained with Andrew Morrish, Roy Hart Theatre Voice teachers and in dance improvisation. She practices Vipassana meditation and recently graduated as a Feldenkrais Method Practitioner. She enjoys bringing her experience of these different disciplines to her Action Theater teaching.
Time: 15 – 16 November 2014 | 10 – 16h
Venue: Mime Centrum Berlin, Studio 2 at Kunstquartier Bethanien, Mariannenplatz 2, 10997 Berlin