The performer's guide to the collaborative process
Auteurs : Kerrigan, Sheila (Auteur)
Lieu de publication : Portsmouth (États-Unis)
Éditeur : Heinemann
Date de publication : 2001
ISBN : 978-0-325-00311-4
Langue : Anglais
Description : xii, 178 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Notes : Bibliogr. p. 161-165. Index.
Dépouillement du document :
1. Getting started : how to get an idea for a performance piece
2. The next step : how to generate material about your idea and how to begin to shape it
3. Deepening the work : the one-element-at-a-time creative process
4. Organizing your material, getting stuck, and cutting
- Collaborative processes
5. Structuring safety, time, power, and decision making
6. Group dynamics : what we need in groups, ways we get power, roles we play, how groups behave
7. Communicating well in groups : peaceful communication, constructive critiques, conflict resolution
The performing arts are collaborative by nature, and more and more groups of performers want to create together, as an ensemble. This book demystifies the collaborative creative process and gives performers and directors practical tools and information to work happily and efficiently in the creation of original work.
Starting with how to come up with an idea for a piece, "The Performer's Guide to the Collaborative Process" walks readers through various ways to research, generate, shape, and organize material as well as a simple process to keep moving forward with the work. The second half of the book is about working in groups: how to create safety, build trust, share power, make decisions openly, and communicate - including skillful communication, constructive critique, and peaceful conflict resolution. [editor summary]
Collection : Bibliothèque de l'École nationale de cirque
Localisation : Bibliothèque
Cote : 792.028 K415p 2001