Workshop 1.2: Authorship - the playing body as author 

Praxisfeld SC: Workshop 1
Praxisfeld BN, DR, RE, TP: Wahl

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Nummer und TypMTH-MTH-PM-02.21H.006 / Moduldurchführung
ModulPraxisfeld 02 ECTS 
VeranstalterDepartement Darstellende Künste und Film
LeitungLeon Ospald
Anzahl Teilnehmende4 - 10
ECTS2 Credits
VoraussetzungenZulassung Master Theater
ZielgruppenSC, geöffnet für alle MA Theater
Lernziele / KompetenzenIn this seminar we will explore the question of what it means and can mean to generate / produce texts as a player. More and more directors are asking their ensembles to be involved in the rehearsal process as text producers. How can the rehearsal, the play, the improvisation be used to write texts independently? What characterises the authorship of a player? The seminar is intended to open up access to independent writing for the participants.
The question arises whether and to what extent the players' private experiences should and can be expressed. What form can be worked out to emerge as a private person behind the role without presenting a purely private text? And which transformations and overformations are necessary for this.
  • Writing: first approaches
  • Writing as a process
  • Methods for the first impulse
  • Improvisation, discussion, music, movement as impulses
  • Sketches of ideas
  • Examples: Yael Ronen (working methods, pieces)
  • Making decisions for a text
  • Elaboration, shaping of an idea
  • if possible: working out a scene / a realisation of one's own text idea / one's own text as a solo or ensemble work
Bibliographie / Literaturnach Ansage
TermineKW40 - KW41 (04.-15.10.2021)
DauerMo-Fr (ausser Di) / 14.00h - 18.00h
Bewertungsformbestanden / nicht bestanden
SpracheDeutsch und Englisch
BemerkungLeon Ospald, born 1989, trained at the Hamburg School of Acting, engagements as an actor at the Hamburg Kammerspiele, assistant director at the Schauspielhaus Hamburg and at the HfMT Hamburg. Studied at the Academy of Performing Arts Ludwigsburg. Graduated from the UdK Berlin in scenic writing. Since 2017 author at Henschel - Schauspiel.
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