In many individual lifes, relationships, teams, organizations or societys dramatic situations occur. These dramas can be small or large, the subjects banal or poignant, but for those involved, the actors, these are dramas of which they do not know the title, the role they play in it or how they can best play their role. In short: human dramas.
In the theatre dramatic situations are the subject. All creativity is at the service of the role, the interplay and the life of the scenes. The body as expression-instrument is intensely trained. In this field it is often the challenge to continue to make the distinction between the role and the player, the piece and the life of its own, the process and own experience. If this does not work, then play all day and we get to do with another extreme: dramatic people.
The questions and the problems resulting from the untrained or unhealthy relationship between humans and drama are in psychology and theatre/dramatic arts from various angles.
tiny hero PRODUCTIONS provides training and projects for people that want to be Ready to act ??!!
Example about applying the Michael Chekhov acting technique in the field of dementia
(interview with Ragnar Freidank, Michael Chekhov School, US) podcast
tiny hero PRODUCTIONS initiates trainings and projects in which acting and clowning skills are put in a social context and transformed to social acting skills to create new ways of being, living and working together.
The aim is ‘to create new possibilities’ and/or cause a transformation in the audience, the client, the other..
The approach is characterised by individual input, fun, perception, research, giving time and taking space, creativity, imagination, co-operation and learning through doing in relation to the context we are in.
We work with the Michael Chekhov acting technique, clowning, principles from natural science, and methods developed by Kolb, Chris Argyris, Robert Bosnak and others.
finding, creating, discovering links between art, science and human development
creating dramatic, theatrical forms that create a living event and give people the opportunity to experience the content, rather then understanding the content only rationally