People with Fewer Opportunities (tbc)


29

Aug 2018

The final performance

A final performance was held by the participants at CSC Danilo Dolci. Sema and Akmed staged their story in fronf of 25 people! After two more sessions of practicing and rehersing the story, in total six sessions were held before the final performance. The story of Cristiano Ronaldo was staged, from his early stages as a child in Gran Canarias to his move to Lisbon...

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29

May 2018

Creating the objects for the final performance scenes

In the third session, participants were divided in two groups: one with African heritage and the second with participants from Bangladesh, as the participants were exactly split in two groups of 6 members grouped by ethnicity. The facilitators asked the two groups to create a scenario for the stories imagined in the second sessions, so participants were stimulated to create a set and pick up...

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09

May 2018

Creating a shared story

After the first session, facilitators started the second session with the “Two chairs” activity. All participants sat in a semi-circle. Dario Ferrante placed two chairs on the stage. One of them, the comfortable chair was a space of good feelings and positive reflection. The second chair was placed upside down as a representation of everything which is/was disturbing, uncomfortable, problematic and difficult. Dario Ferrante was...

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07

May 2018

Preparing the final performances

Two groups were creating stories for the final performances. From flipcharts the stories were transferred on the tables with the puppets being the true protagonists. Soon on these screens! The two groups focused on shared topics from the third session. Facilitators helped participants using flipchart and giving examples of possible stories to be performed on stage. The Bangladesh group was invited to write a story...

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04

May 2018

The workshops with migrants in Palermo

The workshops in Palermo started at the end of March. The workshop session were conducted by Dario Ferrante and Lorella Libeccio, who both attended the workshop in Glasgow. 12 migrants and 2 tutors from the asylum seekers centres participated in the pilot workshop sessions. 12, all male migrants from Senegal, Mali, Ivory Coast, Bangladesh The participants came from three refugee centres in Palermo. 8 workshop...

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