10:00 - 17:00
The workshop I propose will be based on improvisation.
As a first step we will focus on the practice itself: research of each individual and specific language and exercices to work on stage presence, focus, intention, rhythm, ability to listen to partners.
A working atmosphere encouraging exchange between the participants and an active observation of others informs the direction in which the workshop will evolve. Improvisation will also be used as a tool to generate choreographic material, through which we will explore similar concepts but within a written dance.
— Luc Dunberry
He was born in Canada. He studied music, theatre and dance at CEGEP de Sherbrooke, Université du Québec à Montréal and Les Ateliers de danse moderne de Montréal.
During his time as a member of Le Groupe de la Place Royale/Dance Lab in Ottawa (1994-1996) he meets Sasha Waltz who invites him to join her company.
Working as an interpreter with Sasha Waltz&Guests since 1996, he has also created his own pieces on stage and film.
He’s also working within Sasha Waltz as rehearsal director on company productions and on invited projects, recently with Ballet de l’Opéra de Paris and the Mariinsky Theatre in St-Petersburg.
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