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Workshops with Jadranka Andjelic, Antonella Diana

Workshops with Jadranka Andjelic and Antonella Diana - July 2006

Magdalena Aotearoa is delighted to announce that theatre director Jadranka Andjelic and scenographer Antonella Diana will visit Auckland (21-22 July) and Wellington (24-31 July) to give workshops and lectures.

In Auckland, Jadranka will lead "Holding the Lion's Paw", a 2-day workshop for actors, dancers and musicians, 21-22 July.

In Wellington from 24-28 July, Jadranka and Antonella will lead the week-long workshop "Performing Space", culminating in the public performance installation "The Shifting Mirror" on the evening of Friday 28 July. This workshop is for actors, dancers, musicians, designers and directors and is a great opportunity to spend a week immersed in the exploration of the performance space.

Jadranka and Antonella have been collaborating since 1995 on performances with DAH Theatre Research Centre (Serbia), Theatre OM (Denmark) and international projects. They first visited New Zealand in 1999 for the Magdalena Aotearoa International Festival of Women's Performance, and will return to New Zealand after attending the Magdalena Singapore festival, 9-15 July.

Jadranka is a founding director of DAH Theatre Research Centre (Belgrade, Serbia), and Antonella Diana has worked for more than twenty years as a graphic designer, scenographer, painter and mask-maker in Italy, Denmark and Serbia. Further information about Jadranka and Antonella is available at http://magdalena.actrix.co.nz/guests/jadranka.html

Holding the Lion's Paw
Auckland (Soul Centre, Titirangi)
Friday 21 and Saturday 22 July
Fee: $150 waged, $75 unwaged

Performing Space
Wellington (Thistle Hall)
Monday 24 - Friday 28 July (including presentation on Friday evening)
Fee: sliding scale from $300 waged to $150 (pay what you can afford)

To register for the workshops, or for more information, phone:
Auckland - Lilicherie McGregor, 09 372 9798
Wellington - Helen Varley Jamieson, 04 934 9605 or 021 023 92928
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