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  • 1. Call for Participation in International Theatre Residency within the project WALLS_SEPARATE WORLDS with the support of the “Culture Programme 2007-2013” of the European Union The project WALLS-Separate worlds, promoted by Astràgali Teatro (Italy), with the support of the European Union “Culture Programme 2007-2013”, launches a Call for Participation in an international theatre residency that will be held in Șirince (Turkey) at the beautiful venue of Theatre Madrasa from 23rd to 30th September 2013. The International Theatre Residency includes an intensive theatre workshop, held by Astràgali Teatro and Theatre Madrasa-PRA (Turkey). Core of the workshop is: an intercultural and multidisciplinary approach based on intensive physical training (awareness of body in acting, fundamentals on movement, awareness of space) and on vocal work (breath, relation between movement and voice, fundamentals on singing) as well as on the elaboration of art techniques, considered as a critical instrument against discrimination and conflict. The main issue of the work concerns the question of walls, as concrete tokens of separate worlds in situations of conflict and of lack of mutual recognition. The workshop includes an intensive work schedule (8/10 hours a day). It targets a group of max 25 young professional actors and actresses from Turkey, European Union and other countries. Dates: 23 September-30 September 2013 Location: Theatre Madrasa- Șirince-Turkey www.theatremadrasa.org The participation is free. Selected participants will be asked to pay only a security deposit that will be refunded at the end of residency. Payable at registration: 50 € Travels and accommodation are at participants’ own expense. Theatre Madrasa can put at disposal of the participants its guest house, offering best-priced accommodation and dining options. How to Apply to the International Theatre Residency Applicants must submit the following documents electronically (in English) to this e-mail address teatro@astragali.org by 30th August, 12 noon CET:
  • 2. • An updated CV, including a phone number and email address • A short letter of motivation (max. 400 words), specifying: what you expect to take away from the programme Important: Basic working knowledge of English is required. All correspondence will be per e-mail only, unless a specific request has been made to the organizers. For further details please contact (in English): Ms. Roberta Quarta teatro@astragali.org Deadline for Submissions 30th August 2013. Admission Decision All applicants will be notified of the decision of the Evaluation Committee within the 31st August, in order to allow participants to arrange their travel. If you are offered admission, you will need to accept the offer in writing. The project WALLS-Separate worlds is promoted by Astràgali Teatro, in partnership with: University of Salento-Department of History, Society and Human Studies, Babelmed, Italy Centre of International Theatre Institute, Teatro Pubblico Pugliese (Italy), Theatro Tsi Zakynthos (Greece), Cyprus Centre of ITI (Cyprus), Performance Research Association (Turkey), Un Vrai Beau Gars and the International Theatre Institute Directorate General (France). The project is funded by the European Union within the framework of the Culture Programme 2007-2013. This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein