In our workshops we share our experience of how to use theatre as a tool for communicating policy and scientific debates on sustainability. We also use our expertise to help participants better communicate and learn to enjoy and benefit from contexts of cultural, academic and professional diversity. Our workshops are particularly suited for international Summer Schools, academic conferences, seminars, and festivals.
Based on movement and theatre exercises, we facilitate a process in which you will perceive scientific knowledge differently, reacting to it with your body, heart and mind. Using various theatre techniques we guide you to portray scientific and policy debates through the lens of our daily lives. The exercises enable you to playfully and interactively deal with sustainability issues and start a dialogue with yourself and your environment.
Who is it for?
There is no need to have any previous theatre knowledge to participate. Students, academics and practitioners will be able to approach sustainability issues from another perspective and to enjoy eye-opening moments.
Our workshops are also of interest for educators and theatre/drama teachers, who can learn a new holistic method combining scientific content with emotions and movement, which can then be taught to others.
Interested? Find out about the technical details.
Our workshops can range from a 2 hour session (e.g as a parallel event in an academic conference) to a full week programme (e.g. as part of an academic Summer School). We can adapt to your needs!
We offer workshops in English, German and Spanish.
We do not require any equipment other than a spacious room (depending on group size).
We will be a team of 2 to 4 facilitators. The minimum number of workshop participants is 7 people.