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Thursday, September 05, 2013

New venture from Gabriele.


Whilst this may appear to be outside the remit of Bebop Spoken Here because of Gabriele Heller's jazz affiliations I felt it deserved a mention.
Lance
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frequence is an ongoing weekly theatre training and forum for performers to work together and share experiences over an extended period of time.
frequence theatre training is aimed at professionals and students with a background in theatre, music or live-art. The intensive training incorporates a range of acting and performing techniques based on concentration, focus and flow of energy.
frequence offers joint practice for actors and performing artists to initiate ensemble work in the North East.
frequence theatre training takes place every Monday from 7pm to 9pm at the Blackfriars Centre @ Ouseburn, New Bridge Street, Newcastle upon Tyne.
Introduction courses start on:
7 October 2013,
4 November 2013,
25 November 2013.
The training is led by Gabriele Heller. Her practice includes improvisation techniques, physical theatre, Michael Chekhov Acting, movement analysis and storytelling. After the introduction course participants can join the weekly drop in sessions.
Information about participation and other theatre-between workshops can be found at: www.theatre-between.com  or contact: info@theatre-between.com.

Gabriele Heller was born in Munich, Germany. Since 1992 she works as an actor, singer, theatre-teacher, director and writer. She co-founded the award winning fastfood-theater in Munich and toured with it for 9 years in Germany and Europe. Gabriele worked as an assistant director for the Bavarian State Broadcast. She developed and led various workshop programs on improvisation techniques for actors and took part in theatre-sculpture projects in New York and Berlin. Since 2011 she performs with her Jazz Quartet Gabriele mit drei. In 2011 she initiated with other artists the Institute Robert Walser in Newcastle and organised the Festival Robert Walser in 2012. With theatre-between she works on solo performances and collaborative theatre projects with various artists and organisations.

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