Workshop with Rose Schwietz

Suzuki and Viewpoints

Country
Language(s)
English, Nepali
Event Type
Entry
Participation Fees, Registration

The director/performer/educator born and raised in Minnesota who has spent many years in Nepal teaching Nepali high school students and directing and performing with One World Theatre, Rose Schwietz is here introducing the participants to the complimentary practices of Suzuki and Viewpoints. Suzuki training develops an actor connection to Earth while balancing with lightness and control in the upper body, making actors who are versatile and expressive. With the six “Basics”, actors become stronger movers and speakers by understanding the relationship between voice, body, and the center. Viewpoint compliments this by teaching actors to connect with one another while accessing the creative potential of space and time. By exploring the “Nine’ aspects of performance while learning a shared vocabulary for ensemble-building.

Participants are requested to bring materials such as socks/tabi and with close-fitting pants or shorts so knees are visible.

Registration Fees: NPR.500 per person per day. Certificates will be provided.

Venue
Kunja Theatre
Date(s)
December 3
8:00 am - 11:00 am
Workshop runs for multiple days. Other days are:
December 2
8:00 am - 11:00 am
Duration
180 mins.

The director/performer/educator born and raised in Minnesota who has spent many years in Nepal teaching Nepali high school students and directing and performing with One World Theatre, Rose Schwietz is here introducing the participants to the complimentary practices of Suzuki and Viewpoints. Suzuki training develops an actor connection to Earth while balancing with lightness and control in the upper body, making actors who are versatile and expressive. With the six “Basics”, actors become stronger movers and speakers by understanding the relationship between voice, body, and the center. Viewpoint compliments this by teaching actors to connect with one another while accessing the creative potential of space and time. By exploring the “Nine’ aspects of performance while learning a shared vocabulary for ensemble-building.

Participants are requested to bring materials such as socks/tabi and with close-fitting pants or shorts so knees are visible.

Registration Fees: NPR.500 per person per day. Certificates will be provided.

Country
Language(s)
English, Nepali
Event Type
Entry
Participation Fees, Registration
Venue
Kunja Theatre
Date(s)
December 3
8:00 am - 11:00 am
Workshop runs for multiple days. Other days are:
December 2
8:00 am - 11:00 am
Duration
180 mins.
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Mandala Theatre Nepal
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