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MARCH
2019
weekend training intensive
Antero Alli. instructor.
March 2nd & 3rd. Sat. & Sun. Noon to 6pm each day

Enrollment opens January 1st, 2019. Limited to 11 participants.
PerformanceWorks NW, 4625 SE 67th Ave (nr Foster) PDX.




"Inspired by the early work of Jerzy Grotowski, this medium of Paratheatre
I've been developing (since 1977) combines methods of physical theatre,
dance, ritual, and Zazen meditation to access and express the internal
landscape of autonomous forces in the Body. Though I can't say this work
is for everybody, it seems to appeal most to those seeking a safe space
to explore their visceral responses to spiritual sources."
- Antero Alli



3 AREAS OF PARATHEATRE WORK


SOURCE WORK
Direct intuitive contact with sources of energy in the physical
and energetic bodies towards their spontaneous expression
in presence, movement, action, gesture, and vocal creations.

TECHNIQUE WORK
Application of paratheatre trigger methods (of inner and
outer actions) to support the expression of source work.

SHADOW WORK
Exposure and release of repressed emotions, fears,
resistances, and denied aspects of oneself that inhibit
or diminish creative response and self-acceptance.

 

OVERALL AIMS OF THIS TRAINING
-- accessing the internal landscape towards full-bodied expression
-- flexibility of the physical, emotional, mental, spiritual bodies
-- new methods of movement, vocalization, concentration



PREREQUISITES, WHAT TO EXPECT, SAFETY



The 5-phase Physical Warm-up that starts each Paratheatre session
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Arl1ho9fzc8&t=12s


PREREQUISITES
No previous dance or theatre experience required (though physical fitness, stamina, and some meditation experience can be an advantage). This work occurs in an asocial environment; please refrain from socializing as you enter the workspace and during the workshop itself. Bring a bottle of water (or tea) for hydration and a light protein-based snack to consume during a 15-minute break each day around 3pm. Wear clothes to move freely in (without corporate logos &/or images). We work in a scent-free zone; no perfumes or colognes, please.

WHAT TO EXPECT
You can expect to work. This non-performance workshop is visceral, nonverbal, and experiential; expect to move and be moved. Expect to confront self-imposed limitations, movement cliches, and other habits inhibiting spontaneous, creative response. Very little group interaction occurs during this training; the methods are practiced alone with others.

The purpose of these Paratheatre methods? To increase access to vital forces in the Body/Psyche and their expression through movement, presence, gesture, vocal creations, and action.

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SAFETY
This work can incite catharsis and strong emotions. Participants are asked to be responsible for their own safety and well being in response to potential internal upsets and overwhelms. Making yourself safe is not taught here but explored in a trial-by-error spirit of personal experimentation.
If you are unwilling to be responsible for your personal safety, you are discouraged from participating until you feel ready to do so.




WORKSHOP FEE & CONTACT POINTS


WORKSHOP FEE & RESERVING YOUR SPOT
$120
(for 12 hours; Noon to 6pm each day, Sat&Sun)

Enrollment limited to 11.

Payment by PayPal
To reserve your spot, send $40 deposit via PayPal to:
verticalsource@gmail.com (
balance of $80 due at the
workshop on Saturday; cash preferred). Include a note
on what you are paying for, your name and e-mail.

Non-PayPal Payment
send check or money order payable to Antero Alli,
and mail to: Antero Alli, P.O. Box 19382, Portland 97280.
Please include your e-mail with a note "workshop deposit"
and your first and last name.

NOTE: Deposits & payments are non-refundable after March 1st.
Credit can be applied to future Paratheatre workshops or to

ParaTheatrical ReSearch artifacts and products.


CONTACT POINTS:

Address all questions to: verticalsource@gmail.com
or call 503-299-4064 and leave a mesage (no texts, please)



ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

 

Antero Alli is founder/artistic director of ParaTheatrical ReSearch PDX. His work is documented in his book, "Towards an Archeology of the Soul" (Vertical Pool, 2003), in videos and in academia by Nicoletta Isar, Professor at the Institute of Art History, Copenhagen University. Antero has written, directed, and produced numerous experimental theatre works (since 1975) and thirteen underground feature films (since 1993). He resides in Portland with his wife, the singer/performer Sylvi Alli.

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