‘The Tragedy of Antigone’ with the Ninefold Ensemble.

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Do you bury your brother or obey the king? The personal and political are at war. Ninefold explores the physical extremes of experience in this enduring classic; continuing their work to examine the possibilities of the Australian voice and body through engaging with the rigorous Suzuki Method of Actor. Part of AXIS season. 

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18th April to 1 May 2016

PACT Theatre,  Erskinville. 

Ninefold is an experiment in sustained actor training. We continue to train weekly you can follow us on Facebook @ Ninefold Ensemble

Since 2012  the Ninefold Ensemble have trained together in The Suzuki Method of Actor Training, created by world-renowned theatre director Tadashi Suzuki.

Our ongoing work aims to understand how the philosophies and principles of the highly rigorous Suzuki Method of Actor Training speak to the theatre making and rehearsal process. Focused on qualities of stillness, energy and breath. The Suzuki Method can often be misunderstood as mere physical or movement training. However, its true beauty lies in its work with the imagination, and the artist learning to manage their invisible body: that is their breath, their states of energy and their stillness.

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Ensemble: Aslam Abdus-samad, Erica J Brennan, Kate Cooper, Fiona Green,  Alinta Haddock, Lara Lightfoot, Scott Parker, Gideon Payten-Griffiths and Pollyanna Nowicki

The ensemble is led by Shy Magsalin, a Sydney-based director, actor, and member of the International Suzuki Company of Toga in Japan.

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