Sifnos Crisis Theatre Workshop

60 European citizens committed to creating theatre that proposes new storytelling experiences about the recent financial crisis.

Sifnos Process: How are the participants going to work?

The purpose of the Sifnos Crisis workshop is to create a basis for encounter of all the European groups coming to Sifnos to work on the topic of the economic crisis through theatre.

The idea of collectiveness is at the root of the partners conception of these 2 weeks workshop.

The planning of activities and the common pedagogical methodology reflect these intents. Indeed, the whole group will meet every morning for a collective energiser to start the day. The first three days will be dedicated to meeting each other and exchanging together. These days are designed by a sharing of the pre existing work of each team (enquiries about the crisis in every countries) and a presentation of the theatrical forms they thought of in their home countries. The 3rd day the participants will debate on what they will have seen and each of them will answer 3 questions.The rest of the workshop will be splet in two, time for rehearsals in team and time of collective work and research altogether. The last days a presentation of the different works will be proposed to the inhabitants and visitors of the island in the city theatre.

Different activities of team building will be proposed during the 2 weeks, sport sessions mixing the nationalities, individual and collective creative contests etc

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