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In theatre parlance, bouffon is a performance strategy akin to clowning, but with a razor-sharp edge. Sacha Baron Cohen a.
Ali G and Borat strides notoriously in this modern bouffon mode. As the title suggests, the work, which in shorter form was first presented at the Canada Dance Festival in Ottawa, plays with the idea of a journey, as much in metaphorical as literal terms.
During their careers, Burpee and Swan have developed an artistic kinship. Both settled in Toronto when they became members of Dancemakers.
Since going independent — Burpee in and Swan the following year — both have discovered collaborative value in their shared esthetic. Though dancers at the core, they are interested in hybrid forms that, while movement-rooted, can incorporate speech and other theatrical approaches. In developing the piece, the two women drew heavily on their shared artistic experiences, but Road Trip is as much about human relationships, the journeys people travel over time. And, as Burpee explains, it shows that even in friendship there can be competitiveness and unkindness.go to link
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Road Trip plays Oct. Go to www. Copyright owned or licensed by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited. To know them mean to be able to create with them.
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Participants will bring their clown or comic stage creature, and one existing act, routine or project, solo or not, finished or unfinished, funny or They will present their clown or character and a short piece max. Rhythm: pace and variations. The structure of an act: prologue, entrance, presentation, development and variations, crescendo, climax, finale, exit, epilogue. The aim of this course is to give participants professional theatre tools, in order to create within their own comic poetic world.
It addresses theatre artists with experience in the world of physical comedy.
Two modes of participations are possible: Performing participants : 6 minimum - 8 maximum. Their performing material will be presented in the coaching sessions. Assisting participants : 20 maximum they will assist the workshop as audience members of the coaching sessions and will participate to the collective exercises that will focus on some principles of physical comedy emerged during the work. Please note that all participants must be available for the full two days.
It is not possible to participate or to assist to the workshop only in parts. For further information and for applications please contact.