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Eight French actors and I have just finished the seventh weekend of nine in Paris on Buechner's play Woyzeck; we are using it as a way of learning and practising how to apply Michael Chekhov's technique to a play and a character. 
Actress and director Sarah Kane, founder of Performing Arts International, is always in great demand to deliver workshops and this year has been no exception; her feet have barely touched the ground! 
I returned in early September from spending six weeks in July and August of this year working in three European countries, predominantly teaching professional actors what has come to be called Creative Speech. It is also known in English as Speech Formation. 
In August Sarah managed to do something she had spent her whole life wanting to do: see a performance at Epidauros, the ancient Greek theatre believed to be the first public one that ever existed, or at least almost the first public one. 
FOUNDATIONS, the name of the first year of the new Performing Arts International training course in the arts of acting and speaking began its life in January 2018 at Peredur Centre for the Arts with a five-day introduction or taster of the work. 
In January Foundations participants created, prepared and delivered their end of term performance "The Fabulous Names of Things", as the culmination of their work of the previous nine months. 
On 29 December the Goetheanum’s new Eurythmy Ensemble presented the premiere of its first programme: Heartbeat – Herzschlag – Latir del Corazón. 
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