Join U.S. artist Amanda Pintore in exploring her method of creating research-based Theatre and Dance for the Very Young (TDVY) performances by working with children ages 0-6 years and their carers/educators as creative partners in the process. Participants will gain an understanding of this methodology, activate components of the devising process on their feet, and share their work with each other. This embodied workshop centres play as practice, examines the translation of creative research into performance, and is suited for anyone with an interest in the artistic experiences of very young children.
Please dress comfortablly.
Amanda Pintore (she/her) is a director, choreographer, and educator focusing on movement and dance education, devised theatre, and making theatre and dance performances with and for 0-6 year olds. She also specializes in arts integration, creative facilitation strategies, and training in teaching artistry. She is an Assistant Professor in Theatre for Youth and Community and Acting at Arizona State University. She is a Fulbright Specialist and will be collaborating with students and faculty at the Atlantic Technological University in Ireland in the fall of 2023. She has an MFA in Theatre for Youth from Arizona State University.