In creating their extraordinary RAVE theatre alKamie
have worked with a number of highly talented collaborators:
Stan Wijnans, ChoreoSonic interactive performance producer, MAX/MSP
programmer and academic researcher (MA, PhD). She has 20 years international
experience as an artist/producer, musician/composer and lecturer. Go
Didi teaches, directs, coaces and consults, and maintains a necessary
balance between the worlds of theatre and business.
In theatre her roots are in the tradition of commedia dell'Arte. SheI
worked with Richard Bean on his National Theatre hit play, One Man Two
Guvnors and the National Theatre have made 5 short films with her available
on YouTube and as a downloadable collection from iTunes about commedia.
Skirting The Boards offers 1:1 or small group coaching for executive
women who want to flex, adapt and change their style to suit different
audiences. Skirting The Boards uses theatre techniques from the toolkit
of actor and director to unlock potential around presence, resilience
and gravitas.Skirting the Boards gives you the time and space to turn
up the dial and step into the confident, bold, influential and articulate
leaders and communicators you can be, Centre Stage.
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Dancer, and choreographer Kirill graduated from Riga Ballet School in
1996 and the Latvian National Academy as a choreographer in 2004. He
dances for Rambert Dance Company. He choreographed, directed and devised
'Green', the piece he asked alKamie to create and control in real-time
the digital scenery.
artistic director and a freelance scriptwriter and former teacher in
multimedia Todd's help during the years has been invaluable.
Dancer, teacher, improviser & choreographer. She acts as agent provocateur.
She has more than 20 years of experience teaching, performing, directing
& choreographing internationally.
professional dance filmmaker and director of Too Too Physical
Film Theatre provides advice on visual imagery and editing and
multimedia specialist and creative thinking guru Keiran has inspired
us throughout our early work.
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