During this work session, held as part of the workshop programme I Am, participants will have the opportunity to work extensively and deepen their understanding of Jubilo’s work and its methodology. A strong focus will be given to the process of developing theatrical structures, their interrelations and composition.

21/07/2021 Wed. 10:00–14:00, 16:00–20:00
22/07/2021 Thur. 10:00–14:00, 16:00–20:00
23/07/2021 Fri. 10:00–14:00, 16:00–20:00
24/07/2021 Sat. 10:00–14:00, 16:00–20:00
25/07/2021 Sun. 10:00–14:00, 16:00–20:00
Studio na Grobli, Na Grobli Street 30/32 Wrocław.
Grotowski Institute
Sign up:
You can find the application form at the link below: https://bit.ly/3ivYIwt. Enrollment for the workshops will last until July 1.

Starting from physical and vocal training exercises, the workshop leaders will guide participants through the process of deepening their knowledge of theatre tools and improving their ability to apply these tools in practice. The work sessions will be divided into: training sessions, where techniques will be acquired and developed, and exploration/creative sessions, where these techniques will inform the process of composing theatrical material. The work on body-voice and relation will be the compass guiding participants in the process of self-exploration and personal development within the actor’s craft.

During the workshop, participants will have the opportunity to discuss with the workshop leaders the leaders’ methodologies and the ways theatre techniques can be applied in communities, specifically penitentiary system communities.

The following technical elements will be developed in the workshop

  • group dynamics/ensemble work
  • action/reaction
  • listening and relation
  • acrobatics and mutuality exercises
  • work on rhythm
  • body/voice work
  • work on resonators
  • harmony/dissonance
  • elements of polyphonic singing
  • from physical score to text
  • relation between physical score and music
  • improvisation and composition

The workshop is open to actors, singers, other performers, students and all those interested in deepening their knowledge and experience of Jubilo Foundation’s physical theatre training articulated in its different work areas (body, voice and relation).

Each participant will be asked to prepare a chosen text (self-authored, theatrical, taken from literature or other sources), a personally-meaningful song (preferably traditional) and an étude (physical structure with a beginning, a development and an end) of maximum 3 minutes connected to the topic of On the Other Side. If a non-English text is chosen, the participant will be required to bring a printed English translation.