Summer Workshops: Commedia dellâ€™Arte Baroque and Renaissance Dance Florence, Italy July 16-27, 2012
Commedia dellâ€™Arte: The course is geared toward understanding the theatrical experience as a fun and useful game for developing your own creativity and expressiveness as well as increasing your artistic experience in relation to a group. The course will help to develop the exchange of physical energy and creativity amongst the students in the group. Roberto Andrioli of Florentine origin, studied at PiccoloTeatro Scuola di Milano under the direction of Giorgio Strehler, working on numerous productions in Italy and abroad. He is a multifaceted artist who loves working in diverse genres of prose and theatre, from musicals to Commedia dell'Arte. His work has reached the world of television, radio and theatre and he has taught drama techniques and is a well-known maskmaker. Courses will be 4 hours per day. Price: 1200 euros (includes workshop and doubleoccupancy in apartment in Florence)
Baroque and Renaissance Dance: This course will focus on dances from the Renaissance period with the possibility to perform in historical squares of the city or charming medieval villages of Tuscany. Marco Bendoni a professional dancer and Commedia Dell'Arte actor, works assiduously with recognized instrumental groups and baroque music such as Arpegiatta or Savall and combines their art with the teaching profession. Marco has worked in different dance companies throughout the world. Courses will be 4 hours per day. Price: 1250 euros (includes workshop and doubleoccupancy in apartment in Florence) For more information, check out our website at www.goinspired.com or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Published on Apr 5, 2012
Go Inspired is offering a Commedia dell'Arte workshop in Florence, Italy this July. Check out www.goinspired.com for more info!