A Resource for Performing Artists, Scholars and Audiences.
In the framework of
Holstebro Kommune - Odin Teatret - IKC, Interkulturelt Center
WIN (WORKOUT FOR INTERCULTURAL NAVIGATORS - THEATRE AS SOCIAL INTERFERENCE)
DOO performing arts group / NTL Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium (IT-DK)
City of Paris / Cité internationale des Arts /La Fabrique des Pépinières (FR)
10 - 17 AUGUST (including arrival and departure)
A one week workshop at Odin Teatret led by Giuseppe L. Bonifati of DOO (Divano Occidentale Orientale) to make urban actions and prepare a group performance with 20 participants (artists and not) in Holstebro.
10 International Artists
10 Local People from Holstebro / Odins Venner
Giuseppe L. Bonifati
He was Born 1985. He is an actor, playwright, poet and theatre director.
He is based in Italy and Denmark. He attended the acting courses at "Paolo Grassi" Civic School of Dramatic Art. He furthered his studies at the National Academy of Dramatic Arts "Silvio D'Amico" and at the International Theatre Workshops by Venice Biennale. He is Artist/Director in Residence at Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium (Holstebro, Denmark), theatre with which collaborates since 2008. He participated also in other programs of residencies in Europe and America. He took part in plays directed by Eugenio Barba, Julia Varley, Rodrigo Garcia (as Assistant Director), Motus, Renato Carpentieri, Remondi & Caporossi, Ruggero Cappuccio, Andrée Ruth Shammah, Roberto Cavosi, Emanuela Giordano, Giuseppe Maradei. He was awarded with the Crystal Microphone "Umberto Benedetto, 2006, RAI, New voices for radio (Jury: Giovanni Antonucci, Claudia Cannella, Gabriele Parenti, Nicola Cariglia). In 2011 he won the National Dramaturgy Award "Alessandro Fersen" and he has been chosen in 2011 among the Young National Talents by Ministry of Youth - Italy.
He's the artistic director of the performing arts group DOO - Divano Occidentale Orientale, with which he travelled in theatres & art festivals of national and international significance in Italy, Denmark, Costa Rica, France, Poland, Bosnia Herzegovina, Hungary, Venezuela, Bulgaria, Serbia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Croatia, Iran etc
For the poetry he published Ritratto all'Ombra (2004) and 21:31 (mi sento morire), 2014 by Lietocolle Publisher. The text "Pepe El Bastardo Impaziente e Innamorato" appeared in "Percorsi" by Editoria&Spettacolo publishing house.