This injected her with a big shot of poetry, not to mention administration skills. Clown, improvisation and dramaturgy play important roles in her creative approach. She is a self-confessed geek who loves to research ideas and is always on hand to feed and water the Foxies and anyone else. .
Her performance training also involves Playback Theatre, contemporary dance and a life-long training in traditional Greek dances. Her interests include creating abstract narratives, innovative staging of literature and physical improvisation. We believe in the liminal. She has co-founded a film production company På en måte Produksjoner In a Way Productions who are currently making their first short film. Her creative work draws on real stories, mythologies and autobiographical narratives. Elena Skreka photo: Nina Carrington Elena is a Greek performer residing in England.
She is drawn to physical comedy, working with the ridiculous and encouraging playful encounters with others. She believes that, when sharing stories with your audience, it is important to experiment and stay truthful, playful and present in the moment. Judita works with movement and text, and experiments with tangible materials and somatic sensitivity. Her performance work ranges from physical and experimental theatre to more traditional film acting.
The resulting performances are physically and visually dynamic and often involve making a lot of artistic mess. Currently, Hannah is also an Assistant Lecturer at the University of Kent, teaching modules on devising and physical theatre. For the past ten years, Judita has been involved in various contemporary performance projects, collaborating with international theatre practitioners and theatre companies, and teaching physical theatre. We train, we play, we dance together.
We come into the space with a shared physical language that playfully guides our devising process. Hannah Newman photo: Nina Carrington Hannah is a PhD candidate researching into how immersive drama environments can aid the diagnosis of autism in children and has worked as a senior practitioner on Imagining Autism. We believe in the spontaneous. Emilia Oldani photo: Nina Carrington Emilia is a Norwegian theatre and film actress.
Currently, Lucy is based in Bristol where she continues to develop her practice and explore the connection between art and healing. She believes in the therapeutic capacities of theatre and is currently training as Drama and Movement therapist at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She is interested in the combination of drama and the sciences, exploring how this connection can be utilised in training, performance and research projects. We believe in creating for the sheer joy of it. Threading images and text, we piece together visceral performance artworks. .
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