The humans being, the sensory and physical experience that they have of the world, them personal and irreducible knowledge, are at the centre of this research.
How do performative arts act on the human being?
What happens if in a discipline such as theatre, activities involving expressive languages are experienced?
The educators, visual artists, theatre teacher that inspire us like a: Jacques lecoq, Eugenio Barba, Maria Montessori and Bruno Munari, set up research environments around the bodies and minds of children, teenagers and adults, which put people in the experience of research on themselves, by offering different languages such as sport, physics, painting, science, self-construction, listening to body movement, dance, expression of one' s own the emotional states. The course in the teaching of theatre has led us to the elaboration of the framework of a non-formal methodology (proposing, observing, relating) that puts in relation the techniques of artistic research on the body, voice, and empathy, and the enhancement of emotional intelligence of people.
Training and stage composition
Approach to the text, interpretative reading and actor’s dramaturgy
Voice teacher Linklater method