A WEEKEND DIVING DEEPER INTO THE ART OF STORYTELLING WITH WOMB AND HEART.
During the weekend we’ll explore: Storytelling as ritual; Archetypes of the Wild Woman; Connecting to the body; Opening the voice; Creating images through movement.
Each woman’s story will become an active and interactive ritual with her audience. She will choose the tools shared in the workshop which work for her, and make them her own.
TOOLS & FOCUSES:
Vocal Clarity & Exploration of Sound
Body Connection – Moving From the Womb & Authentic Movement of our Feminine Form.
Physical Poetry to Create Images with our Body
Connection with Our Audience
Storytelling As Ritual – Integration of Sound, Objects and Movement into Storytelling.
A story that touches you and calls the Wild Woman archetype within you.
A yoga mat for the warm up – or let me know if you don’t have one.
Women seeking to connect their present experiences of womanhood to ancient archetypes. Those new to storytelling and those with experience in theatre and storytelling are all welcome.
This will be unique journey guided by Deborah – in response to the needs of the group.
She will tailor feedback as well as lead group exercises and offer participants space to explore.
Saturday and Sunday, June 15th and 16th 2019
from 10.00 a.m. until 6.00 p.m.
The Wildgoose Space
228 Mina Road
If you would like to take a bursary place, please write one or two paragraphs to by June 10th with why a bursary rate would be helpful to you at this time.
Deborah has a deep passion for working with people, to connect them with their imaginations’ and bodies’. She is a theatre maker, storyteller and facilitator.
She trained in the Lecoq Pedagogy of Creating Theatre to Masters level. She has completed a 2 year training in group facilitation with the Centre of Systemic Constellations, which informs her work.
Deborah has been facilitiating workshops in storytelling, authentic public speaking, mask work, clown and physical theatre for over 6 years. These creative forms enable participants to access their personal journey.
She has directed and performed in shows and storytelling performances from London to South Korea including at The Wardrobe, The Cube and The Bunker, to name a few.
“Deborah’s guidance is thoughtful & thought-provoking – I appreciate the way she leads. I feel very inspired!”
– Workshop participant, Physical Storytelling, Hamilton House
“Deborah casts spells over her audience as if storytelling is witchcraft – she is enchanting and captivating”
– Audience member, Storytelling Sundays, Hamilton House
“Our participants found the workshops thoroughly engaging, interesting and perfectly pitched. Deborah is informed and passionate about performance, her enthusiasm and inclusive approach was welcomed by all. We have no hesitation in recommending Deborah as a workshop leader.”
– Adam, Director of The Space, Clowning, The Space, London.
Please don’t hesitate to contact Deborah if you have any questions regarding your piece, or practicalities: