In this research period we will approach the story of La Dezarpa from a cinematographic montage point of view. The main goal of this weekend research is the use of a big ensemble on the stage and its dynamics as a chorus. The research will approach two moments of the story of La Dezarpa (coming production of Manifesto Poetico).
This research will be direct by Carlos Garcia Estevez. Two advisory board members of Manifesto Poetico will visit and join the research; Frans Weisz (Dutch filmmaker) and Pascale Lecoq (Architect and director of École Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq and Laboratoire d'Etude du Mouvement). (At the research will attend:) An international group of contributing artists and acting students from several Dutch theatre schools will attend and participate in the research.
Miquel Barceló (IB), Paulo Serantes (GZ), Karla Isidorou (GR), Yamill Jones (NL), Amir Vahidi (NL), Samm Ghilane (NL), Wout van Tongeren (NL), Joep Hendrikx (NL), Rutger Tummers (NL), Camille Hesketh(CA), Anke Van ‘t Hof (NL), Medi Broekman(NL), Bridie Rollins (UK), Anouk Leijtens(NL), Eva Crutzen(NL), Pascale Lecoq (FR), Frans Weisz (NL), Carlos García Estévez (SP).
Students from Theatre Schools of Amsterdam, Arnhem and Utrecht:
AHK: Lusanne Arts, Beaudil Elzenga, Jacob de Groot, Abbey Hoes, Casper Nusselder, Victor IJdens, Jade Olieberg, Alkan Çöklü. HKU: Laurine Booij, Annica Muller, Yorke Mulder, Olivier van Klaarbergen, Claire Hoofwijk, Dennie Lukkezen, Belle Topper, Jelle Mensink, Lars Brinkman, Anne Reitsma, Yari van der Linden. ARTEZ: Tim Schmidt, Niki Verkaar, Karlijn van der Schaaf, Valentijn Benard, Laurien van Rijswijk, Nick Livramento Silva, Anne Rietmeijer, Nuria Zantman.