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Interview with Adam Paolozza on Artsmania

Earlier this month I had a great sit down chat with Anita Malhotra from Artsmania. Here’s a link to the interview

And we had a our first preview last night. We have six more to go before we open Wednesday October 23rd at the Tarragon. 


Multiculturalism with Jacques Tati

Intro To Lecoq Workshop October 16-20, 2012

Intro To Lecoq Training 
with Adam Paolozza of TheatreRUN

Curious about the Lecoq School? Ever wondered how the training works?

This unique, 5 day workshop offers students an intensive introduction to Lecoq training.

During each session we will focus on the following areas:

The Moving Body: Using physical exercises and exploring Mime-based technique students will improve rhythm, balance and develop powerful tools for gestural expression.

The Body in Play: Students will develop their acting muscles through various games, improvisations exploring the dramatic territories of Commedia dell’arte, Clown (Beckett), Tragedy (Shakespeare) and Melodrama (Chekhov).
We will also explore the Neutral Mask, using leather masks made by Amleto Sartori

The Lecoq pedagogy explores the powerful link between emotion, expression and movement.

‘Tout bouge’ – Jacques Lecoq.

This is a unique opportunity for performers, directors, writers or choreographers of all skill levels, who are interested discovering the underlying laws of theatre and how the body, gesture and the theatrical space express passion.

WHEN: October 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 from 10am-3pm

WHERE: Zuke Studios, 1581 Dupont Street (in the Junction, just West of Symington). 

FEE: $200
20% discount for all union members OR if you sign up on or before before September 30th


Contact Adam Paolozza for more details:

Adam Paolozza is an award winning performer, director and teacher. He is artistic director of TheatreRUN (Spent, Artaud: un portrait en décomposition, The Double) and Urjo Kareda resident at the Tarragon Theatre. He’s a graduate of École Jacques Lecoq and studied mime with the Decroux company Intrepido and commedia dell’arte with Théâtre de Complicité’s Marcello Magni.
He has taught workshops in Lecoq based training all over Canada, in the USA, Europe and Asia.