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CHOREA Theatre Children's Groups

CHOREA Theatre Children's Groups have been creating spontaneous and highly improvised theatre plays based on their own ideas for several years. Their theatre workshops take place regularly, under the guidance of Joanna Filarska and invited guests. We introduce a lot of shared fun and a bit of stage discipline, as well as work on group integration and team energy. The main idea is to give children the opportunity for creative expression, with as little adult interference as possible.

 

 

 

The aim of the CHOREA Children's Theatre Groups is to unleash the creative potential that lies dormant in every young person, to introduce creative group work and some aspects of CHOREA Theatre training, to integrate, to develop a sense of familiarity with one's own body, and to promote work as a partner and a team. The work is based primarily on the children's creativity, which is the starting point for creating a theatre. An important aspect is the development of cooperation skills and building mutual respect.

 

Theatre activities for children include body work, music workshops, set design and art workshops, but above all, work with children's imagination. The prerequisite for participating in the groups is a commitment to attend regularly and a joyful willingness to join in.

 

 

CHOREA Theatre Youngest Children's Group

 

Participants' age: 6-9

Date: worshops are held on Fridays

Time: 4:30 pm - 5:15 pm

Place: workshop room, Art Factory in Lodz, 3 Ty­mie­niec­kie­go Street

Admission: 50 / PLN / monthly

Leaders: Joanna Filarska, Wiktor Moraczewski

Info / reserwations: j.filarska@fabrykasztuki.org, +48 692 486 058

 

CHOREA Theatre Youngest Children's Group - has been active since 2019. The group has collaborated with artists: Ola Shaya, Jola Królicka, and Michał Surosz. The group has produced theatre performances: "Good Morning Pinky Mouse!" (2021), "About a Girl Who Liked to Dance in the Rain and Met a Little Dog" (2022).

 

 

CHOREA Theatre Older Children's Group

 

Participants' age: 10-13

Date: worshops are held on Fridays

Time: 15:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Place: workshop room, Art Factory in Lodz, 3 Ty­mie­niec­kie­go Street

Admission: 50 PLN / monthly

Leaders: Joanna Filarska

Info / reserwations: j.filarska@fabrykasztuki.org, +48 692 486 058

 

CHOREA Theatre Older Children's Group - has collaborated with artists: Paweł Głowaty, Jola Królicka, Filip Appel, Paweł Korbus, Dominika Krzyżanowska, Patryk Zakrocki, Dorota Porowska, Przemysław Buksiński, and Mateusz Pakuła. The group has produced theatre performances: "Theatre Jokes" (2018), "The City" (2019), "The Good Humour Shop" (2021) and the exhibition "Memory" (2020). The performance "The Good Humour Shop" received the "Trends 2022" Award for an unconventional and effective approach to the creative process, during the 43rd National Festival of Youth Theatre - Dziatwa 2022.

 

 

CHOREA Theatre Oldest Children's Group

 

Participants' age: 14-15

Date: worshops are held on Fridays

Time: 6:30 pm - 8 pm

Place: workshop room, Art Factory in Lodz, 3 Ty­mie­niec­kie­go Street

Admission: 50 PLN / monthly

Leaders: Joanna Filarska, Janusz Adam Biedrzycki

Info / reserwations: j.filarska@fabrykasztuki.org, +48 692 486 058

 

CHOREA Theatre Oldest Children's Group - has been active since 2017. The group has collaborated with artists: Janusz Adam Biedrzycki, Jola Królicka, Filip Appel, Paweł Korbus, Dominika Krzyżanowska, Patryk Zakrocki, Dorota Porowska, Katarzyna Żuk, Przemysław Buksiński, Mateusz Pakuła, Grzegorz Fajngold, Anna Raczkowska, and Janusz Szymański. The group has produced theatre performances: "Theatre Jokes" (2018), "The City" (2019), "From Time to Time" (2022) and the exhibition "Memory" (2020).