Ramor Playwriting Group present
Placemaking – A Workshop with Louise Lowe (ANU)
The central question we ask of our audiences is ‘HOW DO YOU CHOOSE TO ENGAGE? We ask audiences to witness, feel, comply or act.
By creating conditions by which audience and performer collaboratively engage in a shared kinesthetic state, we ultimately aim to produce sensory rich experiences where years of history can fold, clash, interact, contradict and tell its own story in its own way.
Much of our work is derived from physical space and site, usually working within geographic or historical contexts. We place these findings in non-traditional sites and use immersive engagement to create shared intimacies between audience and place and audience and performer.
This workshop invites actors, directors, performers, installation artists, dancers and playwrights to join us in a fearless, vibrant and challenging 2 day workshop to collaborate and uncover Virginia in a new way.
Cutting across form and context, ANU are a multidisciplinary company, cross-pollinating theatre, visual art and dance. We are building a reputation for creating transformative experiences in unconventional sites. Established in April 2009, ANU have created 24 seminal works, public art commissions, gallery installations and museum interpretations. Our most recent productions include THE LOST O’CASEY (Abbey Theatre) and THESE ROOMS (London International Festival of Theatre).
Time: Friday 7:00pm to 10:00pm
Saturday 10:00am to 5:00pm