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Body material

Directed by Carine Gualdaroni
// 7 & 8 March 2020 – 11 heures

*Our body is a living matter, in transformation at every moment.

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Les ateliers du mouvement

Training of Movement

The courses will be run alternately by Claire Heggen, Carine Gualdaroni, and Elsa Marquet-Lienhart (members of the artistic and pedagogical team of the movement’s theatre) as well as Luis Torreao (Cie Hippocampe).


These workshops will address a theatricality of the movement that is rooted in both the fundamental principles and major themes of the Théâtre du Mouvement – Claire Heggen (Musicality of movement, animality, relation to thought and emotions, human walking, etc.), in his specific research on the relation of the body to the object and materials, as well as in Etienne Decroux’s body mime.

The various speakers will invite the participants to develop vocabularies and possible dramatic dimensions of the movement, in a creative and playful way, adapted to the needs of each one, in view of the dramatic game.

Price
Year : 400 euros
Quarter : 160 euros
Package 10 courses : 180 euros
Conventionnement individuel AFDAS et Pôle emploi.
Possibilité de paiement en plusieurs fois.


Registration details
Registrations are made by mail or by mail. Send the registration form. Payment by cheque to the Théâtre du Mouvement – Claire Heggen and by bank transfer possible.
Any cancellation of registration must be notified as soon as possible and confirmed in writing. Cancellations occurring less than 15 days before the workshop result in the payment being paid.


Practical information & registration
06 20 80 05 04 – info@claireheggen-tdm.com
9 rue des Caillots – 93100 Montreuil

Corps vivant-corps marionnettique

Living Body/Puppet Body: Music of Things

Directed by Claire Heggen and Elsa Marquet Lienhart
from 17 to 28 February 2020 – 60h

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Playing with the repertory

Directed by Claire Heggen
from 18 to 22 May 2020 – 30h

*This internship is intended to transmit and testify to the living repertoire of the Theatre of Movement from 1975 to today, its evolution over time, and the archives of a body in permanent research in the Arts of Mime and gesture.

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