B.2 Transition Theater – How to embody change?

Discovering internalized infrastructures and the brilliance of our skills for change

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What are our inner and outer images of fundamental issues that prevent us from living our Visions? How can we become conscious about our deep internalized mental infrastructures of growth and acceleration? What does it mean to us to live as emotional human beings in these extraordinary times? How does a skills-set look like that we need to transform them an how can we invite „System Change"?
Those are some of the questions that we will explore by the aesthetic means of participatory theatre. We will focus each day around the issues presented in the morning keynotes to relate them to our own lives. This course will offer a playful but intense space for reflection, embodiment and dialogue.

Schedule:
Saturday:
– Calling Questions of the day:
1) What are our inner and outer images of fundamental issues that prevent us from living our Visions?
2) How can we become conscious about our deep internalized mental infrastructures of growth and acceleration?
– opening circle
– collection of content presented in the morning with games and exercises
– forming images around the issues related to degrowth and skills we need for "System Change",
– finding personal, yet collective stories (if appropriate Method „Cops in the Head")
– presentation of images and stories – performances, short plays.
– closing circle and personal harvest

Sunday:
Calling Questions of the day:
1) What does it mean to us to live as emotional human beings in these extraordinary times?
2) How does a skills-set look like that we need to transform them an how can we invite „System Change"?
– opening circle
– bringing back the images and content from Saturday (Meta-Harvest)
– collection of content presented in the morning with games and exercises
– building up the individual yet collective story (if appropriate Method „Rainbow of Desire")
– Activation of images, short play
– closing circle, reflexion and personal harvest

Website: www.transitiontheater.net