Breaking The Silence (Level 1)
A Theatre of the Oppressed Workshop
7 – 11 Sept 2020
9am – 6pm
Aliwal Arts Centre, Music Studio
S$680 per pax
Conducted in English by Kok Heng Leun
Register now at tinyurl.com/dbBTS2020
Registration closes on 23 Aug 2020
Early Bird Discount
Register by 31 May to enjoy a discounted rate of S$600!
Flexible payment options are available to help those who need them. Contact Jiaying at firstname.lastname@example.org or 6324 5434 to find out more.
SkillsFuture Eligible (to be advised)
This workshop is awaiting approval by SkillsFuture Singapore for subsidy eligibility. If approved, eligible participants may use their SkillsFuture Credit to subsidise workshop fee.
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Enquiries may be sent to Jiaying at email@example.com or 6324 5434.
This is the workshop for you if you want to cultivate reflexivity and develop critical thinking, analytical skills and a proactive approach towards problem-solving.
Who should attend this workshop?
- Social or community workers
- Arts educators
- Theatre practitioners
- Facilitators for dialogic learning
- Anyone who wants to know how to use Theatre of the Oppressed techniques in their work
What is Theatre of the Oppressed?
"Theatre of the Oppressed" (TO for short) is a system of theatre making developed by Brazilian theatre master Augusto Boal.
TO is a system with great emphasis on dialectical and dialogical learning. One of the most well-known tools of TO is Forum Theatre, whose most distinct feature is that it allows the audience onstage to replace actors and change the outcome of a play, turning passive spectators into proactive "spect-actors".
- Introduction to Theatre Games and Image Theatre as part of the Arsenal of "Theatre of the Oppressed"
- Understand the Pedagogy of the Oppressed
- Learn about the dramaturgy of a Forum Theatre Play
- Devise an "anti-model"
- Experience a Forum Theatre Session