CHOPT LOGIC PRODUCTIONS 2018 WORKSHOPS

SYDNEY VIEWPOINTS, LABAN AND SUZUKI TRAINING                                                                                                              with Tina Mitchell and Shane Anthony

DATES AND TIMES: More 2018 dates to be announced shortly.

 

 

ADELAIDE VIEWPOINTS FOR DEVISING WEEKEND INTENSIVE                                                                                                   With Tina Mitchell.

Dates and times: More 2018 dates to be announced shortly.

ABOUT THE TEACHERS

Tina Mitchell

Tina Mitchell is a New York based theatre artist and works internationally as an actor, director and teaching artist. She has trained with the SITI Company for over 10 years and was their Artistic Associate from 2011-2013. Tina has performed with SITI and was Assistant Director to Anne Bogart on their production of Antigone. She has also trained with the Suzuki Company of Toga and has taught at international institutions including Atlantic Theater and NYU in New York, The Adelaide College of the Arts, Flinders University, and the University Javeriana in Colombia among others. 

Tina’s performance aesthetic fuses stylized movement, music and text. As a practitioner she is interested in the interrelation between physical and psychological approaches to acting and how the physical training of Suzuki and Viewpoints can inform a range of performance styles from the naturalistic to the abstract. Tina has worked with many world renowned companies including; The Metropolitan Opera, Punchdrunk in the Off-Broadway hit Sleep No More, SITI Company, La Fura dels Baus, The English National Opera, Collegiate Chorale at Carnegie Hall and her own work has been produced in major international arts festivals across Colombia, Italy the United States and Spain. For more information visit www.tinacmitchell.com or www.miss-julia.org

SHANE ANTHONY

Shane works as a director and producer in Australia and overseas.Select recent directing credits include The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime (Movement Direction) for The Court Theatre (New Zealand), The Whale for Redline Productions at The Old Fitz Theatre (Nominated for eight Sydney Theatre Awards in 2016), Lighten Up by Nicholas Brown and Sam McCool at Griffin Theatre, Songs for the Fallen at the New York Musical Theatre Festival (Winner of Most Outstanding Show), Sydney Festival, Arts Centre Melbourne, Brisbane International Arts Festival and The Old Fitz, Pornography by Simon Stephens for NIDA, Altar Boyz for Fortune Theatre (New Zealand Premiere), Calendar Girls for Fortune Theatre (New Zealand), Doctor Faustus for RCHK (Hong Kong), Mrs Bang: A Series of Seductions for the 32nd Stage Song Festival (Poland), Often I Find That I Am Naked for Critical Stages ( Australian National Tour), Avenue Q for Fortune Theatre (New Zealand), My Name is Rachel Corrie for La Boite Theatre (Brisbane), Orestes, Trojan Women and Radio Hysteria for NIDA Open, The Crucible for RCHK, Motortown for 23rd Productions (Nomination Best Show Matilda Awards). He worked as movement coach on the Australian feature film, Sleeping Beauty, and in 2009 worked as show director for CIRCA on their European tour of CIRCA ‘09.

In 2007 he travelled to New York to continue training with Anne Bogart and the Saratoga International Theatre Institute in Viewpoints and the Suzuki Method of Actor Training and in 2012 he received a Mike Walsh Fellowship to attend the New York Film Academy. He was a company member of Australian Physical Theatre Company Zen Zen Zo from 1999 – 2008 training extensively in contemporary Asian performing arts.

He is a graduate of the Directing Program at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA, Sydney), Screenwriting for Feature Film at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School and has also completed a BA in Theatre Studies at Queensland University of Technology (QUT).

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