After the Japan premiere of The Shadow Whose Prey the Hunter Becomes, Back to Back Theatre offers a workshop to present their creative process. Join us for an opportunity to learn how the company engages in the process of co-creation. This workshop welcomes artists as well as those who are simply curious about the company’s activities; it is open to everyone, regardless of level of ability or disability. Through this workshop, participants will experience an inclusive space that breaks down the barriers and differences between them.
Brittney in the workshop title comes from the pop star Brittney Spears. This workshop explores unconscious-desire and celebrity obsession through improvisation.
Facilitator: Artistic director and ensemble members of Back to Back Theatre
10.9 (Mon) 11:00-12:30
Participants may enter the venue 30 minutes before the start of the workshop.
Participants: Participants: 10+ years
Language: English（with consecutive Japanese interpretation）
Please bring a towel or a blanket with you.
Capacity: 12 (first come, first served)
☞ Click here for the booking form. (Japanese only)
Back to Back Theatre
Back to Back Theatre creates new forms of contemporary performance imagined from the minds and experiences of a unique ensemble of actors with a disability, giving voice to social and political issues that speak to all people. Based in the regional center of Geelong, the company is one of Australia’s most globally recognized and respected contemporary theater companies. Since 1999, under the Artistic Directorship of Bruce Gladwin, the company has nurtured a unique artistic voice with an emphasis on the ensemble’s own commentaries on broad social and cultural dialogue. In addition to its professional practice, Back to Back collaborates intensively with communities around the world, with a focus on artistic excellence and elevated social inclusion for people with disabilities.
Co-organised by Goethe-Institut Osaka Kyoto