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Workshops

The Primitive Dance and the Rhythm in the Theatrical Scene Workshop

By Gutemberg Brito.

Instructed in Spanish (There will be an actor translating in English).

Rhythm is part of our life and its reflection in the scene is essential to bring us closer to artistic beauty. The scenic act committed to this search contains rhythm, strength,joy, lightness and precision. We are in search of the beautiful to achieve art. Before working with the actor, we must take care of the state of freedom and presence of the actor’s person. In my most recent doctoral research, I have questioned and investigated the importance and care that directors must take when working with interpreters. The emotional, psychological and integral care of the actor must occupy a high degree of attention in the way in which we, directors and producers, use to cultivate a working relationship with artists. This will be the atmosphere in the Primitive Dance and Rhythm in the Theatrical Scene workshop.

Objectives
To elevate the actor’s presence quality.
To understand the importance of rhythm in the development of a scene.
To sensitize the ability to stage stimuli.

Cost: $75 (includes admission to the performance on February 10th)

Date: February 8 at 7pm

Location:

The Latino Cultural Center
2600 Live Oak St.
Dallas, TX 75204

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Mundos Payasos (Clown Worlds) Workshop

By David Piccotto and Julieta Daga.

Instructed in Spanish.

Clowns are built with the actor’s own sensitive material, with their very essence, their corporality, impulses, and desires. That is why one clown will never be the same as another, nor can it be copied, nor can it lie. Clown training consists of enabling spaces where participants can see, through games and stage situations, the nonsense, the error, the emptiness, the existence, and the depth of the being that we are, provoking laughter and sometimes intense emotion: all of this while in the clown state. In each training process you discover other clown worlds to continue inhabiting and continue creating.

Cost: $75 (includes admission to the performance on February 17th)

Date: February 15 at 7pm

Location:

The Latino Cultural Center
2600 Live Oak St.
Dallas, TX 75204

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Teen Tech Theater Workshop

Teatro Dallas will pay students to attend our three-week long, Teen-Tech workshop (for Light and Sound Theater Design). The workshop will run parallel with our productions so the students will be able to learn and do inside a professional theater production.

Session One:
Two Kids in the Universe
September 30 – November 19

Session Two:
XXI International Festival
February 2024

Session Three:
La Gran Tirana
May 2024

 

Location:

The Latino Cultural Center
2600 Live Oak St.
Dallas, TX 75204

For more information about upcoming workshops, contact our office at info@teatrodallas.org 

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