Category Archives: Micke’s courses

Workshop in stage acrobatics

Tweet With the right timing, the right ”entrance” and the right feeling for what is told, a simple somersault can be just  as efficient as a double salto in a performance or in a narrative situation. We work above all … Read the rest of this entry

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Commedia dell’Arte-lecture

Tweet What is Commedia dell’Arte  How did it arise? Why is it relevant to play an old Renaissance theatre today? What is the idea behind acting in a mask? How much was in fact improvisation in a performance and how much … Read the rest of this entry

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Micke’s Commedia dell’Arte-workshop

Tweet Commedia dell’Arte is what I first of all have specialized in through the years. The mad energy of the masks; the searching in the 16:th century world of theatre; lazzi and pranks; acrobatics, the music; the theatre of the actors – … Read the rest of this entry

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Workshop in Physical Theatre

Tweet This workshop can either be seen as a continuation to the one in Physical Theatre training or function as a detached workshop. Both are based on the Theatrestudio training, but this workshop use the ideas from the training as … Read the rest of this entry

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Workshop in Physical Theatre Training

Tweet A singer is practicing his scales; a dancer is training his body; a musician is practicing his instrument and so on. The actor ought to train his instrument, his voice and his body, in the same manner in order … Read the rest of this entry

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Mask making workshop

Tweet Full or half masks, open or covered, animal masks, character masks, Commedia dell’Arte masks, zero masks, neutral masks, masks for theatre training, for rehearsals, to hang on a wall or masks for a specific performance – we can make … Read the rest of this entry

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