1st International Festival of Making Theater v Athénách
Od 10. do 17. července 2005 se v řeckých Athénách koná první ročník festivalu In.F.o.Ma.T. 2005. Je určen divadelním tvůrcům z celého světa, kteří se chtějí podělit nebo přiučit z nových pracovních metod a ideí. Workshopy a přednášky budou rozděleny na tři oblasti: herectví, divadelní tendence a mínění.
Přihlášky je třeba poslat nejpozději do 10. května 2005, jednotný účastnický poplatek je 150 Euro.
1st In.F.o.Ma.T. 2005
July 10 –17, 2005
The Theater of Changes (www.toc.gr) introduces the 1st International Festival of Making Theater (In.F.o.Ma.T.) which will be held in Athens July 10-17, 2005.
During a whole week of creative interaction, Theater Makers from all over the world will have the opportunity to share and get acquainted with new working methods and ideas, regarding the following three sectors: Acting, Movement and Voice.
The festival’s programme is the following:
Sunday July, 10 Arrival day
Monday July, 11 – Friday July, 15
15.00-17.00 Lunch break
20.30-22.00 Group Presentation & Discussion
Saturday July, 16 Excursion to Epidaurus
Sunday July, 17 Departure day
In.F.o.Ma.T.’s preparation plan will be completed in two phases:
The first phase - completed by May, 10 2005 - regards the INVITATION for TEACHERS. Teachers are condidered all acting, movement and voice teachers. Their response will finalise the festival’s syllabus which will be announced no later than May, 11 2005.
The second phase - which will be completed by June, 30 2005 - regards the INVITATION for PARTICIPANTS. Participants are considered all those interested in attending the festival’s workshops.
English will be the official language of the festival.
Additional information will be posted on our site www.toc.gr gradually.
INVITATION for TEACHERS
The Theater of Changes invites acting, movement and voice teachers to take part in the 1st International Festival of Making Theater (In.F.o.Ma.T.) which will be held July, 10-17, 2005, at the Theater of Changes, 19A 3rd Septemvriou str, 104 32, Athens, Greece.
Priority will be given to those teachers whose method is a novelty within the framework of teaching methods in acting, movement and voice.
The selected teachers will have the opportunity to present their work three times to a different group of participants each time, over a three-hour seminar. Furthermore, teachers - in their turn - will be able to witness and keep themselves updated with other teachers' methods and working techniques.
The Theater of Changes offers*:
• Seven days hotel accommodation in a single bedded room and breakfast.
• The cost of an excursion to Epidaurus, including a ticket for the Greek National Theater's production of Aristophanes "Acharnes".
All those interested should send their application form by March, 31 2005 (once the application form is filled just press the "submit" button). Otherwise, you may submit it:
*All other expenses (including travel expenses, food and transportation) are the teachers' responsibility.
INVITATION for PARTICIPANTS
The Theater of Changes invites, actors, directors, drama school students, dancers, choreographers, singers, acting, voice and movement teachers and finally all those with a vivid interest in performing arts to participate in the 1st International Festival of Making Theater (In.F.o.Ma.T.), which will be held July, 10-17, 2005, at the Theater of Changes, 19A 3rd Septemvriou str, 104 32, Athens, Greece.
The selected participants will be divided into three groups.
All participants should send their application form after May, 10 2005 that the final programme will have been announced and until June, 10 2005 (once the application form is filled just press the "submit button"). Otherwise, you may submit it:
The final selection of participants will be announced by June, 20 2005.
The cost of participation is 150 Euro.** (More details regarding payment will be announced shortly)
**It is noted that this amount covers ONLY the cost of the workshops and all other expenses are the participants’ responsibility.
We hope that this Festival will be marked as the first step towards the recognition of new methods in the field of Performing Arts.