FREE THEATRE & DANCE WORKSHOPS FOR WOMEN OF ALL AGES
With your help ZENDEH will deliver a series of free creative workshops to women of all ages across the North East.
ZENDEH will be working with groups of women and girls who do not have equal access to theatre and dance workshops. It is important that we reach these people as part of our wider series of workshops so that their experiences are also included in informing and shaping the hidden histories that ZENDEH explores through its work.
These workshops in particular will explore the themes of our new production FOUND: loss, memories and what it means to be found. The groups will explore how each person stores memories and shares them, and discuss being found and finding others.
Sponsor these workshops and you will receive, not only the thanks of the ZENDEH team, but also the thanks of the women who will develop their creative skills and share in the collaborative artistic experience.
ZENDEH is a lively theatre company that creates cross art form productions, exploring hidden histories and expressing them in a modern and magical way, we invite you to listen, breathe and transform...
Through theatre, dance and digital art, ZENDEH invests in shared creativity by empowering, inspiring and transforming lives with inclusive learning and open dialogue.
FOUND - THE TOURING PRODUCTION SPRING 2012
FOUND is a powerful, culturally eclectic new work created with theatre, dance and digital art.
Take a walk through Anna's turbulent mind where a personal tragedy in the modern world collides with joyful stories told by her Jewish grandmother, who was rescued from the streets of Paris during World War Two by an Iranian diplomat.
FOUND explores the places and times when we find ourselves at our most vulnerable, feel truly lost and then experience the wonder of being found.
The production will tour the North East of England in March 2012.
"A really moving piece, with an ambiance of surreal fragility - which to me more than any other theatre piece really showed the actors' and writers' craft at its best." Tony Panayiotou, Director, Diversity, Arts Council England
On the extract that was shown at Decibel Performing Arts Showcase 2011