HOW WOULD YOU LIKE to embark on the most exciting, second to none experience that combines equal parts inspired learning, cultural adventure, and breathtaking nature? Pack your bags and head north to the land of trolls, white nights, deep blue fjords, majestic peaks and bright green valleys! Welcome to the INTERNATIONAL THEATRE WORKSHOPS 2012 in Norway! HOSTED BY International Theatre Lab (ITL) WHEN: 02/07/2012 – 16/07/2012 19/07/2012 – 02/08/2012 06/08/2012 – 20/08/2012 WHERE: ITL’s Theatre Centre, Bjørke, Norway INTERNATIONAL THEATRE LAB‘s Research and Production Centre provides an artist’s retreat; a grassroots space of creation tucked away between mountains and fjords in the serene Norwegian countryside. Once again this summer, ITL’s master instructors will join forces with guest instructors from Spain and Russia to bring you a learning experience that will help improve your craft - and also leave lasting memories of fellowship with actors worldwide. By introducing a variety of methodologies, we strive to ignite the actor’s creative energy, capable of transforming an empty space into a narrative of ever new configurations. PLEASE VISIT http://www.internationaltheatrelab.org/International-Theatre-Workshops for more information about the workshops, application and registration. JOIN this joyful gathering of like-minded spirits: FIND an actor’s home away from home; SEIZE this rare, unique opportunity; APPLY AND REGISTER NOW – NUMBERS ARE LIMITED!
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