A DAVID GLASS WORKSHOP in PENANG: Introduction to Physical Theatre
23 & 24 March 2019 (Sat & Sun)
10:00am - 5:00pm (daily)
Studio Pentas (1st Floor, Bangunan Lip Sin, Lebuh Pekaka, 11700, Sungai Dua, Penang)
3 in 1 Group Booking: RM540 (Only RM180 per pax)
Places strictly limited to 30 for the workshop.
To register / inquire:
call +6012-7375220 Alvie
Presented by David Glass Ensemble International Learning & KL Shakespeare Players, this is a rare chance to catch David Glass in Penang and Kuala Lumpur teaching one of his most popular workshops on Physical Theatre.
Considered one of the world’s leading theatre teachers, David Glass has worked as a performer, director and teacher in over 70 countries. His creative practice is the centre of this ‘devising’ process which is used by the United Nations, the Chinese Ministry of Education and numerous arts-focused universities and theatre companies around the world.
He is one of the founders and key exponents of the Physical, Devised, Ensemble and Applied Theatre movements influencing artists such as Simon McBurney (Complicite), Mike Alfreds (Shared Experience, National Theatre, The Globe), Amit Lahav (Gecko Theatre), Liam Steele (West Director Company), Katharine Hunter (of the Peter Brook, Julie Taymour, Wooster group) and Tom Morris (Director of Warhorse) to name a few.
He trained with Lecoq, Grotowski, Decroux, Boal, Ailey and Alfreds but through his own work he has developed a unique bridge from the great modern masters of the 20th Century to the Innovators of the late 20th and 21st Century.
All of David Glass’s workshops are rooted in learnable and transferable skills.
“Introduction to Physical Theatre” will usher participants to key areas of David Glass’s work.
Levels of Tension.
Ways of seeing/ways of thinking
“David Glass is one of the world’s great theatre teachers.” Mike Alfreds, Theatre Director (RCS, National Theatre, The Globe, Founder of Shared Experience)
“David is one of the great teachers and artists of our time who has never been afraid to examine truth in all its manifestations; both beautiful and ugly and has touched thousands of souls in a lifelong quest to connect and build meaningful relationships.” Amit Lahav (Gecko Theatre)
“Always inspiring.” Tom Morris (Associate Director, National Theatre and Director of Warhorse)
“David Glass’s creative process that he has developed for his ground-breaking Lost Child Project is brilliant, unique and inspiring.” Peter Brook, Director
“Incredibly insightful.” Daragh Abbey Theatre National Theatre of Ireland
“Three days full of knowledge, creativity and joyfulness. Inspiring.” Camilla Theatre Omnibus London
The spirit of joy and the humor of play flowed through his teaching. David’s wisdom and charisma is that of a great artist.