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BODY, PUPPET AND MANIPULATION – Workshop in Lisbon directed by Iris Meinhardt (DE)

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Body, Puppet and Manipulation – Human Body – Human Doll. A Workshop on the movement and manipulation. The works of Iris Meinhardt mix dance, puppets, manipulation and new technologies, exploring the various possibilities of her own body and movement, which has resulted on a personal and innovative artistic language. She is considered a new and peculiar voice in contemporary puppet theatre. 12 to 14 February 2015. (Thursday to Saturday) PROJECTO FUNICULAR – Formação na Área do Teatro … Read entire article »

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Projecto Funicular – Workshop with Agnès Limbos and Nicole Mossoux in Lisbon

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Project  Funicular that Lisbon A Tarumba company done year after year, consists of a program of courses and workshops by the best artists of the genre. This year they present, coinciding with the festival FIMFA 2013, a training workshop on Puppet Theatre under the title “The Body versus Object”, directed by Agnès Limbos and Nicole Mossoux . Two great artists meet to pool their knowledge in a unique workshop on how to use the body … Read entire article »

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Miquel Gallardo at the National Theatre in Lisbon, just ‘Puro Teatro’

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Luis Vieira and Rute Ribeiro, directors of Festival Internacional de Marionetas e Formas Animadas of Lisbon – FIMFA Lx, had reserved very special shows to close 2012 edition. ‘Diagnose: Hamlet’, by Miquel Gallardo, and ‘La música pintada’ (‘Painted music’), by Joan Baixas, were good representatives of the high quality of Catalan artists. Not a surprise, considering Baixas’ long career, started in the late 1960s along with Teresa Calafell under the name Teatre de La Claca, … Read entire article »

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Astonishing small (experimental) format in Lisbon

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At FIMFA Lx – Festival Internacional de Marionetas e Formas Animadas de Lisboa, Portugal, small format shows are performed in such appropriate places involving A Tarumba’s neighbours. This is how directors Luis Vieira and Rute Ribeiro make a network in their local area as an alternative choice for weekdays during the Festival. For two days, we could see a selection of four short shows (25 minutes maximum) in places for 15-20 people. After that, a … Read entire article »

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FIMFA 2012 in Lisbon

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Lisbon —one week to FIMFA in Lisbon, that will take part in several places of the city and also at the Museu da Marioneta, May 4th-20th. This festival is directed by the company A Tarumba and Puppetring will follow it to keep our readers up to date. So now we want to feature some parts of its program. Rod Burnett will start FIMFA this year with his Punch & Judy show. He is a “Professor” … Read entire article »

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International workshop in Lisbon. Projecto Funicular

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Creating theatre for young audiences: light and movement A collaboration between Maria Matos Teatro Municipal and A Tarumba/CAMa – Projecto Funicular – Lisboa Portugal. Training Project on Puppetry and Animated Forms DIRECTED BY: Francesca Sorgato and Flop Lefebvre (FR) 10th to 14th April 2011 (from Tuesday to Saturday) Teatro Maria Matos – Sala de Ensaios FOR Puppeteers, actors, teachers, students and visual artists NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 12 WORKSHOP TIMES: 10h às 13h e 14h30 às 17h30 10am – 1pm and 2.30pm to 5.30pm LANGUAGE: … Read entire article »

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