India Residency 2018
Jun
14
to Jul 2

India Residency 2018

Kristine will be working with Page to Stage and the Akshar Trust to create a performance piece with students across both organisations. This residency is taking place between 14th June - 2nd July 2018

Page to Stage is a Performance art theatre in Vadodara, Gujarat, India

Akshar Trust endeavours to enable the individual with hearing impairment to have a useful, happy and fulfilling life.

 

 Teaching Speech

Teaching Speech

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One Week Intracultural Acting Masterclass
Jun
4
to Jun 8

One Week Intracultural Acting Masterclass

Influenced by French pedagogue Philippe Gaulier, Kristine’s intracultural approach focuses on bringing one’s own personality to the stage. Her methodology particularly focused on utilizing the cultural context of the performer engaging with all the aspects of one’s personality and bringing that to the stage. This methodology empowers actors and theatre makers to utilise the potential of difference in performance.

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A Touch of Brightness
May
30
9:30 PM21:30

A Touch of Brightness

Three nights of play readings of classic works by British/South Asian writers, celebrating a rich canon of work that is rarely seen on stage. The readings will be directed by Kristine Landon-Smith, Kully Thiarai and Iqbal Khan and followed by panel discussions.

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I Walk in Your Words presented by The Pidgin Initiative, Hasemann, Ball & Radda
May
9
to May 11

I Walk in Your Words presented by The Pidgin Initiative, Hasemann, Ball & Radda

  • Australian Theatre for Young People (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

I WALK IN YOUR WORDS uses the headphone verbatim technique as developed by community arts activist, Anna Deveare-Smith in the USA in the 90's. Artists will use the long form interview with members of their families & extended communities on the topic of belonging to collect unique and distinctive personal stories. 

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One Book One Pen
Apr
12
7:30 PM19:30

One Book One Pen

Inspired by our production of Willy Russell’s much-loved classic Educating Rita, a group of local artists have been asking Lancaster and Morecambe residents what education means to them. Join our team of investigators for one night only as they bring to life the extraordinary stories they’ve uncovered.

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The Talk at Vault Festival 2018
Mar
15
to Mar 16

The Talk at Vault Festival 2018

Too much, too little, or just right? What do you wish you’d been taught (or, not taught) about sex and relationships? Over the last year, playwright Neela Doležalová asked friends and strangers these questions, and they shared their memories and stories…

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IntraCultural Drop-In Sessions with Kristine Landon-Smith
Mar
11
to May 27

IntraCultural Drop-In Sessions with Kristine Landon-Smith

  • The Nursery Training Centre (map)
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Join Kristine Landon-Smith and associates for 3 hours of dedicated actors play. Kristine will lead the group through a varied host of exercises, improvisations and clowning work to help you fine tune your actors instinct of play and complicité.  Sessions limited to 15 participants in order to for each actor to have quality time on floor.

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The Talk
Jan
20
2:30 PM14:30

The Talk

Too much, too little, or just right? What do you wish you’d been taught (or, not taught) about sex and relationships? Over the last year, playwright Neela Doležalová asked friends and strangers these questions, and they shared their memories and stories…

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I Walk in Your Words
Dec
7
to Dec 9

I Walk in Your Words

I WALK IN YOUR WORDS uses the headphone verbatim technique as developed by community arts activist, Anna Deveare-Smith in the USA in the 90's. Artists will use the long form interview with members of their families & extended communities on the topic of belonging to collect unique and distinctive personal stories. 

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 One Week Intracultural Acting Masterclass
Oct
30
to Nov 3

One Week Intracultural Acting Masterclass

Over the 1-week course participants will work to explore Kristine's unique actor-centred model applying it to classic and contemporary texts . 

Influenced by French pedagogue Philippe Gaulier, Kristine’s intracultural approach focuses on bringing one’s own personality to the stage. Her methodology particularly focused on utilizing the cultural context of the performer engaging with all the aspects of one’s personality and bringing that to the stage. This methodology empowers actors and theatre makers to utilise the potential of difference in performance.

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I Walk in Your Words
Oct
21
7:30 PM19:30

I Walk in Your Words

I WALK IN YOUR WORDS uses the headphone verbatim technique as developed by community arts activist, Anna Deveare-Smith in the USA in the 90's. Artists will use the long form interview with members of their families & extended communities on the topic of belonging to collect unique and distinctive personal stories. 

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Intracultural Practice Master Class, Sydney NSW
Jul
24
to Aug 14

Intracultural Practice Master Class, Sydney NSW

Influenced by French pedagogue Philippe Gaulier, Kristine’s intracultural approach focuses on utilizing the cultural context of the performer engaging with all the aspects of one’s personality and bringing that to the stage.  This tried and tested methodology empowers actors and theatre makers to work with difference rather from a starting point of neutrality. The practice has received acclaim for it’s ability to position the actor as an integral part of building a character.

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TDA Intracultural Practice Masterclass with Kristine Landon-Smith
Jul
10
to Jul 14

TDA Intracultural Practice Masterclass with Kristine Landon-Smith

  • London, England, United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Kristine Landon-Smith, (MPhil) co-founder Tamasha Theatre Company and currently working as director and educator in industry and the HE sector leads masterclasses for actors seeking to enhance their art form. Auditor places are also available. During each course, I work closely with each individual in the ensemble and apply my intracultural methodology to classic and contemporary texts.

Participants will work to explore my unique actor-centred model applying it to classic and contemporary texts . 

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IntraCultural Masterclass
Jun
7
to Jun 28

IntraCultural Masterclass

Influenced by French pedagogue Philippe Gaulier, Kristine’s intracultural approach focuses on utilizing the cultural context of the performer engaging with all the aspects of one’s personality and bringing that to the stage.  This tried and tested methodology empowers actors and theatre makers to work with difference rather from a starting point of neutrality. The practice has received acclaim for its ability to position the actor as an integral part of building a character.

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TAPRA Interim Event - Asian Performance and Diaspora Group:  Locating Practice In Research
Jun
2
10:30 AM10:30

TAPRA Interim Event - Asian Performance and Diaspora Group: Locating Practice In Research

The aim of the working group is to research, promote and disseminate contemporary Asian performance and diaspora studies to highlight the historical and contemporary scholarship in the area. We also aim to encourage critical debates on the contemporary artistic practices of Asia and a thorough re-evaluation of the current understanding of its conceptual and practical paradigms of the Asian performance scene and its diaspora in Britain.

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TDA Intracultural Practice Masterclass with Kristine Landon-Smith
Apr
3
to Apr 7

TDA Intracultural Practice Masterclass with Kristine Landon-Smith

Kristine Landon-Smith, (MPhil) co-founder Tamasha Theatre Company and currently working as director and educator in industry and the HE sector leads masterclasses for actors seeking to enhance their art form. Auditor places are also available. During each course, I work closely with each individual in the ensembleand apply my intracultural methodology to classic and contemporary texts.

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GOLDEN HEARTS
Jan
27
7:30 PM19:30

GOLDEN HEARTS

by Sudha Bhuchar, dir. Kristine Landon-Smith

A poignant look at the inheritance of loss in Asian families

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Raj Rani’s heart is failing
Lila sings at the bedside to soothe Edna’s troubles
A girl is looking for her father’s hug
Shiv has been given a second chance and an “upgrade”

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National Theatre of Parramatta Creative Development
Oct
25
6:00 PM18:00

National Theatre of Parramatta Creative Development

Reflecting contemporary Australia in all its diversity and complexity appealing to both a new and existing theatre audiences. National Theatre of Parramatta is putting the nation on stage.

Resident at Riverside Theatres, National Theatre of Parramatta joins the existing vibrant artistic community. It will be a principal arts organisation contributing to the continued growth of the fastest growing region in Australia.

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