From 12th to 15th October – h from 6.00 to 8.00 p.m
(max 16 people)
In the workshop we will explore our immediate environment and what we have in it – our home (or where we are with the computer/phone) ourselves, the objects we have with and around us – and the virtual space we are in all together.
We will try to turn the limitations and restrictions we have to an inspiring playground, and experiment with the different possibilities of ´live´ shows through video-chat, and what we can do with our bodies and the objects around us.
We will go from the assumption that everything around us has the potential to be interesting, poetic, funny, tragic, personal or political, and play around through the eyes of a kid, alone and in groups (virtually).
To sign up: send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
WHO IS ARIEL DORON
ARIEL DORON is a puppeteer, director and performer. In his work, he uses very little text and a lot of playfulness in order to deal with hard social and political subjects. His shows have won international prizes and are regularly invited to festivals and theatres in countries such as Germany, China, Denmark, France, Russia, England, Scotland, Canada, Estonia, India, Poland, Israel, Japan, Finland, Greece, Turkey, Italy, Spain, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Austria, Lithuania and many more. Ariel also animates puppets for dozens of Television & Cinema productions, such as Sesame Street Israel, where he plays the beloved character “Elmo”. He graduated Cinema studies (B.A) in Tel Aviv University, studied puppetry classes in the School of Visual Theatre, Jerusalem, the Train Theater Greenhouse Project, Puppetry School, Holon, and Tel Aviv, and participated several masterclasses in the Institute International de la Marionnette, Charleville-Mezieres.