22.05.2018 by 19: 00 - 20: 30 hrs., French Institute - Slaveykov Square 3
 
Working methods of the Theater of the Depressed (workshop - 20 hours):
23 / 24 / 25.05.2018 by 17: 00 - 21: 00 hrs., Goethe-Institut - Budapest 1 Street
26.05.2018 by 10: 00 - 17: 00 hrs, Goethe-Institut

Forum Theater (public presentation of the results of the workshop):
27.05.2018 by 11: 00 - 13: 00 hrs., French Institute - Slaveykov Square 3

Who is Rui Fratty? - Actor and director, Rui Fratti begins his theatrical journey in his native Brazil. He has worked with Robert Wilson, Arian Mnushkin, Augusto Boal, Andrei Serban, Enrique Buenaventura, Maurice Vano, Alvin Nikolais. In Europe, he taught at the National Academy of Dramatic Art in Lisbon, after which he moved to Paris. There, in 1998, he succeeded Augusto Boal, as director of the Theater of the Depressed.
On his initiative, the Theater of the Depressed set up its own theater space in the 12th arrondissement (urban area) of Paris, which today has the status of European Center for the Study and Teaching of The Theater of the Depressed.

What is the Theater of the Depressed? - The Theater of the Depressed is a theater form developed by Brazilian director Augusto Boal in the 70 years - first in Brazil and later in Europe. Boal techniques use theater as a means of promoting social and political change. In the Theater of the Depressed, the audience becomes active, so that they, as spectators (viewers-actors), explore, show, analyze and transform the reality in which they live.
 
Who is suitable for the workshop? - The workshop is suitable for people involved (professionally and as amateurs) with theater, for NGO activists, for teachers, for students and for anyone else interested in non-formal education and personal development.
 
How do I participate? - 22.05.2018 Public Lecture by 19: 00 Hours and 27.05.2018 Forum Forum Theater by 11: 00 Hours are Free Admission (Pre-booking arteurbanacollectif@gmail.com).
Save to arteurbanacollectif@gmail.com. The seats are limited!

Organizers: Arte Urbana Collective in partnership with the French Institute Bulgaria, the Goethe-Institut Bulgaria and the Théâtre de l'Opprimé - Paris.

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