On April 12th from 5 to 7 pm CET the young lithuanian theatre maker Miglė Remeikaitė will present the method of “Human Specific Performance” . The participants will have an opportunity to learn more about this specific participatory theater form. The method of Human Specific Performance was developed by the Danish theater company “Cantabile 2” in 2006. This artistic process is based on the audience physical, emotional and mental involvement, where the actor invites the viewer to an artistic experience. It is defined by certain laws of ritual or play without representing a the character within a chosen theme and aesthetics. Miglė Remeikaitė does artistic research in the field of apllied theatre within several communities.
Every Monday 5 to 7 pm CET the Alexandria Nova Network offers a lecture, seminar or discussion about methods of (teaching) directing. The lectures are not public and aim primarily at students of the participating schools. It is however possible to attend the events as a guest. Please write an email to the Alexandria Nova Projectmanager Suzanne Muller-Jaeschke firstname.lastname@example.org to register and receive an entrance link.