William Fisher working with Decroux and after Solo training/ Ensemble making (Paris) May 5
Online Application: http://pasdedieux.com/william-fisher-may2018/
Fee to Participate or Apply: free
Description Of Opportunity:
Open to all, William Fisher will give a free conférence / demonstration about his work as a teacher, performer, and director.
William Fisher was a student and assistant of Etienne Decroux from 1980-1983 and has continued to devise work while working in academia including a 20+ year association with SITI Company’s Viewpoints training. Founder and artistic director of Zeta Collective in San Francisco and Los Angeles 1985-1991, William’s work as a director has been presented at Zeta Collective, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), The Dubrovnik Festival, The Vienna Theatre Festival, and Kampnagel (Hamburg). He was 2009 Fulbright Fellow at the Iceland Academy of the Arts in the Theatre Department Theory and Practice Program. In August of 2017 William returned to the Borgarleikhúsið (City Theatre, Reykjavik) to direct a staged reading of Small Lives / Big Dreams by SITI Company. He is translating and preparing the text into French for production.
William held appointments and taught workshops at the Marcel Marceau School, California Institute of the Arts, UC -Irvine, UNC – Chapel Hill, MKFM Pula, CDU / Imaginary Academy Grožnijan, Croatian Academy of Drama Arts, Zagreb (Croatia), and Theatre Academy London. For 19 years, William was head of the Theatre Performance Program and subsequently Director of the School of Theater at Ohio University. He is currently Professor of Theatre at Butler University where he teaches performance, directing, physical theatre, and devised theatre.
How To Apply:
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