Zoe Katsilerou The Moving Voice Laboratory
Sun 12 May 2019
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The Laboratory consists of a series of workshops focusing on the synergy between choreography and text within physical theatre.
The sessions will include work on voice and movement anatomy, body narrative, physical and vocal improvisation, and devising tasks. We will explore the ways our movements affect our voice, as well as how text can support the body in creating physical material. Our investigations will focus on discovering our individual movement and voice qualities through being with others, and the ways these elements speak to and meld with one another.
Within each session there will be time for technical work, play, instant composition and for observation/discussion on the stories our bodies can create.
Reservations for the sessions are essential. To book a place please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who are the sessions for?
Experience in moving and/or vocalising is not essential, however, a willingness to move, make sound, be creative and experiment is.
Who am I?
Zoe Katsilerou is a dancer, singer and improviser who works with theatre companies and institutions across Europe. She is an associate artist with DUENDE and Suramedura and SBC Theatre. Her work includes movement, language, live and recorded music and storytelling.
Since 2010, Zoe has performed and collaborated with a variety of companies and artists including SBC Theatre, Third Angel, Alexis Teplin and NoVan Theatre Group. She has also taught at theatres and institutions including the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, the Glasgow School of Art, the University of Glasgow, The Bunbury Banter Theatre, Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow, Stagecoach, Oldham University.