Studio at the Theatre InJest-2020 invites

студияCOLOR 2020

 

The studio at the InJest Plastic Theatre vyacheslav Inozemtsev announces the traditional annual set for 2020-2021!
We are waiting for all comers to the organizational meeting on October 1 at 19.00 at the address -
Minsk, 87 Kazinca Street

Training program:
-psychophysical training for physical actor "Dancing of Animals" (original technique from Vyacheslav Inozemtsev)
BUTOH dance
-modern pantomime technique
- movement improvisation
-acrobatics and other technique of carnival theatre
- the participation of the studios in the projects of the "InJest" theatre -
(Forum PlaStforma, imprvisation performances, etc.)

Classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 p.m., Saturdays from 5 p.m. Running time: 2-2.5 hours.
The cost is 120 Belarusian rubles (BYN) per month.

For general information please call-
375 33 324 54 50
375 29 538 75 34
375 25 976 01 11

Since 1995, theatre actors InJest develop training system "Dancing Beasts". This is a universal method of plastic and psychophysical training of the actor, as well as a method of creating an artistic image and working on the role, and by and large - a method of deep and multifaceted life adjustment.

Training-based on ancient Chinese system Five Changes (U - Shin) - the system of interconnections of the five elements (primary elements) - Trees, Fire, Earth, Metal, Water.

Each element corresponds to the time of year, day, side of the world, stage of biological cycle, development of society, color, sound, taste, etc., as well as, similar to kung fu - a conditional image of the animal: Tiger, Birds, Monkeys, Snakes, Dragon - with its inherent basic qualities, type of energy, bodily canon, rhythm, atmosphere.

In the training programme "Dancing Beasts" - creating a clear psychophysical image of the Beast-Stily, working in the plastic canon, pairing and group interactions, improvisation.

The practice of training synthesizes elements pantomime and buto dance, plastic improvisation, kung fu and acrobatics.

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