During the INTERFERENCES International Theatre Festival, choreographer and director Josef Nadj and South-Korean actor Jaram Lee will lead workshops connected to the festival’s theme, stories of the body.
“Movement, play, theatre, creative art, and performance – this is my life. As a matter of fact, my desire to pass on my knowledge to those younger than me is a debt I am paying to those who taught me. Everything moves in a circle, and this is all well”, said Josef Nadj about teaching. Two performances of this versatile artist have been invited to the INTERFERENCES Festival. Songs of Wilhelm will be presented in the Studio onNovember 29 and Paysage Inconnu will be presented in the Main Hall on December 1. An exhibition of Josef Nadj’s Photograms will also be shown during the Festival at the International Art Gallery Angels.
Jaram Lee enjoyed great success with her performance Ukchuk-ga based on Brecht’s Mother Courage and Her Children at the 2012 INTERFERENCES Festival. This year she will be present with another guest performance, Sacheon-Ga, also based on a Brecht piece. The aim of her workshop is to endear and make the audience acquainted with the basic elements of the traditional Korean genre of pansori. The workshop, which will run over three days, will be hosted by Tranzit House December 2-4.