International Theatre Workshop Summer 2010 Time: August 10th - August 24th 2010 Venue: Diplomatic Club Gloria Palace, Sofia, Bulgaria Participants: actors, dancers, students and teachers of theatre, performers of any background and theatre scholars. This time, we have set the stage for our event in truly spectacular surroundings! With its area of more than 2.5 hectares, the Diplomatic Club Gloria Palace is a delight for the senses, blending outstanding facilities with the beauty of authentic nature. The Club offers a wealth of memorable experiences. The International Theatre Workshop Summer 2010 is organized by International Theatre Lab (ITL), Norway, in collaboration with Bulgarian theatre institutions. It is part of ITLís Research Program for exploring methods to the actorís training as practised by a variety of world theatre traditions. The objective of the program is to support actorís development by creating a broad professional network for sharing across borders. At the current stage, the focus is on Bulgaria. Over the span of two weeks, participants will be enrolled in an intensive program of three separate workshops, exploring a variety of aspects central to acting training at a master level. All workshops will be conducted in English and will offer hands-on exercises to build understanding, expertise and community. The International Theatre Workshop offers a truly unique combination of professional training with a wonderful holiday adventure. It is an opportunity not to be missed, so send your online application today! More information on http://www.internationaltheatrelab.org/Theatre-Workshop International Theatre Lab
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