Performance: Training and Research

The fundamental element in performance training is originality. The performer doesn't act, but lives, exists and is related to a space or a situation, just as in real life. The performer trains in order to discover and consolidate their individuality and their own creative authenticity. The performer is 'capable' even when showing their vulnerability. The training method values practical research: on physical work, voice, use of circus skills etc. The work remains fresh and exhilarating because there is no methodic instruction: instead, the performer blends together all the skills he/she has acquired. Whatever his/her specific ability - musician, actor, clown, dancer, circus performer - the performer lives and breathes on stage for real.