the World Theatre Training Institute AKT-ZENT wishes everyone a good start into the theatre season, regardless of whether you work in the northern or southern hemisphere.
Christine Schmalor, programme director
The new educational programme, created by Dr Jurij Alschitz the WTTI addresses to everyone from everywhere in this world.
Today we lauch ALthattheatre which will start in March 2020. After an enlightening and successful “short version” in Spring 2019 the institute opens now a full theatre education programme using Quantum Pedagogy and Hybrid Theatre Training.
ALthattheatre unites students and professionals of any age, professional and cultural background in one common course of studies.
Please have a look at the ⇒ announcement of the programme
Everyone interested in ALthattheatre and its pedagogical innovation is invited to participate in one of the Impulse Seminars in Autumn 2019. There, you will get first insight about applied Quantum Pedagogy. The seminars will take place in Germany, Italy and UK a.o. ⇒ Find out about the dates.
Interested persons from outside Europe are welcome to contact us directly.
Self-education with the Vertical of the Role
The WTTI offers a new edition of the hybrid course The Vertical of the Role. The online training – with a teacher’s support – leads to the stage realisation. You will get the tasks in English, German and Italian, but you will always work in your mother tongue. You may try it out for free first, before you register to the full course.
The Vertical of the Role is a unique method, created by Dr Jurij Alschitz, to prepare oneself for the first meeting with any artistic partner: the director in the theatre or at the film set, or the collective creating a postdramatic perfomative action; or you astonish casters and directors in the audition for the next engagement.
More: Hybrid Theatre Training Platform
The Art of Dialogue
Today – in our selfi-world – we sometimes forget about the beauty of exchanging ideas. More, we tend to forget about the potential of the dialogue in general to create new ideas.
And the theatre artists? Do we create true and real DIALOGUES on stage?
Actors, directors and teachers may get inspiration about the “dialogue of agreement” or the “spherical dialogue” in Jurij Alschitz’ book “The Art of Dialogue” pubished by arsincognita
You may download the e-book or order the print version here: BOOKSHOP