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Rasheed Sidgi

Saturday Sunday  10 a.m. - Theatralische Trickkiste

Duration 12 hours

Workshop language: German

Level: 2-3

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Theatralische Trickkiste - WS07

Die Filmwelt hat etliche erzählerische Mittel parat, die uns durch unsere

Sehgewohnheiten sehr geläufig sind. Sei es slow motion, split screen oder die

Nahaufnahme, wir wissen genau um ihren sinnvollen Einsatz. Manchmal scheint es

gar, als hätte das Theater weit weniger solcher Mittel zur Verfügung. Dabei hat das

Theater auch auf diesem Gebiet so einiges entwickelt. Sei es das klassische apart,

oder das Verfremden durch den Wechsel der Erzählebene bis hin zu rhythmischen

oder chorischen Arrangements, die Trickkiste des Theaters ist prall gefüllt. In

diesem Workshop werden wir uns einige narrative Werkzeuge des Theaters genauer

anschauen, und versuchen einige eher filmische Tricks in das Theater zu

übersetzen.

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More about Rasheed

Was born in Weimar as a German-Sudanese. First he wanted to become a researcher, then a footballer, then a rock star. After a broken off stage worker apprenticeship, a completed acting training and a broken off philosophy and theater studies studies, I decided to work as an actor. Several years of permanent engagements at various theaters followed. Since 2007 he has been what he always wanted to be, namely everything and nothing, and works as a freelance: actor for stage, film, TV and radio, musician, producer, rapper, director, presenter, father, chaos producer and ruler, word acrobat, Author, DADAist, entertainer, negotiator, faith healer, in-, per- and transformer, activist, dance floor dismemberer and poetic peace brother.  

 

Raschid Daniel Sidgi has been improvising in the theater for about 15 years. He plays improv shows, gives workshops and never stops learning. He worked with Randy Dixon, Lee White, Inbal Lori and Jim Libby, among others. He  is a founding member of the Theaterturbine in Leipzig and plays regularly  THEATER SPORTS Berlin. Since 2014 he has also been the artistic director of the international improv festival MOMENTA in Leipzig.

 

Raschid Daniel Sidgi's work has been shown at numerous festivals and stages at home and abroad. With the TITANICK theater, he won the “Best Performance” award at the Tvardava Teatar international theater festival in Belgrade / Serbia in 2010 with the production “ODYSSEE”. His staging of his play “Where no wind blows” received the 2012 Heidelberg Theater Prize PUCK. In 2017 he was seen with the production "89/90" (Schauspiel Leipzig) at the Berlin Theatertreffen.