Richi Diener & Fredi Rauner
born in 1952 social worker and adult educator. Theatre creations since the 1980th and member and co-founder of the Theatre COLORi in St. Gallen. Coach for a political Street Theatre. Father and co-educator of two children. Lives in Chur.
born in 1962. Theatre creations since 1984. Member and co-founder of the Theatre COLORi in St. Gallen. Studies at the Institute for IndividualSystemic in Munich. Since 2003 he practices in his own Studio. Father and co-educator of two children. Lives in Rheineck.
The roles everyday life dictates to us are well known. Parts of them are exciting, some are easy to fulfill, and some are difficult. Yet sometimes we feel the urge to try something new, to step out of the box and go off track. Perhaps, just to see, who we also could be...if? Theatre improvisation can be very helpful to improve playfully our ability to handle difficult situations in an adequate and new way: Starting from our life-experience we bring parts of them on stage, play with them transforming the experience, and then bring them back into our lives. In improvisation we work with our body, movement and voice. The topic of this week – “NO TIME AT ALL” and the atmosphere in Cortona will inspire our work. This immediate common background will be the soil on which playful scenes arise. At the end of the week we will share with the whole Cortona-community what emerged during our week of work and play.
Theater COLORi St.GallenThe Theatre COLORi has created home productions on the basis of improvisation within the last 26 years. The group has committed itself to specific themes like: Sexuality, Natural Science, Gerontology and other social fields for the last 14 years.
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