Education & Participation

Workshop Tips

Kompany Malakhi has led Movement based Physical Theatre workshops using interdisciplinary approach for over 15 years. The emphasis in our Physical Theatre workshops are the use of our bodies for effect rather than using props, scenery or even music at times.

Below is a selection of brief Movement and Physical Theatre Workshop Tips, fun links and ideas for teachers and workshop leaders to use for groups of young people (key stage 4+).

Kompany Malakhi has led Movement based Physical Theatre workshops using interdisciplinary approach for over 15 years. The emphasis in our Physical Theatre workshops are the use of our bodies for effect rather than using props, scenery or even music at times.

Below is a selection of brief Workshop Tips and ideas for teachers and workshop leaders to use for older groups of young people (key stage 4+).

16
May
2011

Seeds of Change

Exploration of Movement and Physical Theatre Activity 4. This is a good end of session task. Ask your group to think about ideas that may have come up, and where we find inspiration from.  Reflect on these creative ideas and review the outcome. How effective was the work? What was the outcome? Ask your group, what […]

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16
May
2011

Props or not?

Exploration of Movement and Physical Theatre Activity 3. In pairs ask them to make a chair from their bodies. Ask someone to sit on one of the chairs to see if it works! Ask them to make a wardrobe, a revolving door etc. (Anything you can think of really.) Explain that quite often in physical […]

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16
May
2011

Music In The Machine

Exploration of Movement and Physical Theatre Activity 2. You will need: 1 Bike or a mechanical object, like a music box or an analogue clock etc.. Start off with your Bike – ask the group to examine the mechanism when used, ask them to look up close to each component, the wheels turning, the pedals […]

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16
May
2011

Say My Name

Exploration of Movement and Physical Theatre Activity 1. This activity helps focus concentration, and also removes some of the mental barriers to making movements and gestures. Ask the class to get into a standing circle and explain the first activity will be a game to get them into the idea of making movements. Ask the […]

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10
May
2011

Kompany Malakhi’s Top Ten Tips – On Stretching

We thought we would start at the beginning and offer you our Top 10 Tips On Stretching. Daily stretching will make your body more flexible, it prevents injury and promotes wellbeing

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