12th Night Online

Tom Gorman (Artist), Mikko Kanninen (Artist), Tiina Syrja (Artist)

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Abstract

In February 2018, the Tampere and Coventry team collaborated with the Theatre Academy at the University of the Arts, Helsinki and students from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden on a week long course exploring the text of Shakespeare’s ‘Twelfth Night’. Twenty students from Coventry participated with six from the University of the Arts and two from Gothenburg and the week was followed up with a visit from Coventry students to both Tampere and Helsinki to participate in classes, workshops and cultural activities.

The text was chosen as it offers a variety of staging challenges for working in the telepresence space. As comedy depends on timing and this play has many ‘farcical’ elements such as the famous ‘Box Tree’ scene, the team wished to explore how these scenes could be developed using this technology. There was a mix of workshops from guest lecturers from Tampere, Helsinki and Coventry covering voice, movement, theatre games as well as Adobe Connect sessions on the play, Renaissance theatre history and styles and English pronunciation classes.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2018

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ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Visual Arts and Performing Arts
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Computer Networks and Communications

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Gorman, T. (Artist), Kanninen, M. (Artist), & Syrja, T. (Artist). (2018). 12th Night Online. Performance
12th Night Online. Gorman, Tom (Artist); Kanninen, Mikko (Artist); Syrja, Tiina (Artist). 2018.

Research output: Practice-Based and Non-textual ResearchPerformance

Gorman, T, Kanninen, M & Syrja, T, 12th Night Online, 2018, Performance.
Gorman T (Artist), Kanninen M (Artist), Syrja T (Artist). 12th Night Online 2018.
Gorman, Tom (Artist) ; Kanninen, Mikko (Artist) ; Syrja, Tiina (Artist). / 12th Night Online. [Performance].
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