Nov. 25 to 29, 2019 – 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Mon.-Fri.), break from 12:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
$125 with the support of *Emploi-Québec (or 205$, non-eligible rate)
Open to artists of all disciplines / In English
Capacity: 10 people
Cantabile 2’s work is centred around a form of Participatory Theatre, which we call Human Specific Performance. Human Specific Performance is work that:
Within this work Cantabile 2 facilitates encounters between individuals, within given, thematic frames. The ambition of this facilitation is to enable performers and visitors to be both receptive and responsive to one another and thereby to establish the basis for sincere encounters to take place. A specific quality of Cantabile 2’s Human Specific work is the basic principle of non-fiction, thereby abandoning the concept of role and make-believe.
The workshop will be focused on exploring interactivity, participation and intimacy in preformative spaces. Working individually, in pairs or in small groups, the participants will research an artistic language based on the creation of intense, sincere, non-fictional encounters with visiting audiences.
The specific themes and exercises will deal with:
Nullo Facchini started working professionally as a theatre director at the early age of 21, in Italy. At 23 he founded his own company, which he called Cantabile 2 and which he still directs today.
Cantabile 2 has now, since 1990, status as Regional Theatre in Denmark, creating and producing performances for both national and international audiences. He also founded, and was principal of, School of Stage Arts, (1988-2006) a 3-years professional education program for theatre makers and performers focusing mainly on the creation of physical theatre. After more than two decades of creating large-scale dance-theatre and site-specific work, he turned in 2006 to what he calls Human Specific Performance, thereby switching focus to the creation of highly interactive and immersive performance universes. Nullo Facchini has won several Danish awards through the years, latest in 2018 when Cantabile 2s human specific performance Hidden Number won the Danish Reumert Award for Best Performance of the Year.
All workshops are for professional performing artists. Some require advanced dance training.
Registration – Please contact (514) 393-3771 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. To reserve your spot, payment is required 2 weeks before the start of the workshop.
Payments – check, cash, credit card (3% fee) or by Interac transfer (write to email@example.com for procedures)
Who can benefit from the subsidized rate by Emploi-Québec?
– Artists or cultural professionals, Canadian citizens or permanent residents living in Montreal
– Foreign workers with a temporary work permit living in Montreal
– Employment Insurance or social assistance recipients are welcome (please notify your agent at Service Canada or MTESS)
– Part-time students
Who has to pay the full rate?
– People residing outside Montreal
– Full-time or foreign students
Reimbursement policy– No reimbursement possible without a good reason (ex: sickness or injury).
Studio’s accessibility – Consult this page for detailed information.