The Association for persons with special needs MOTUS VITA in cooperation with STADIA Art Platform implements a project of inclusive theatre.
Inclusive theatre is a creative synergy of theatre professionals and persons with physical development particularities on the same platform. Drama therapy associates movement, music, art, literature, as well as elements of imaginative role play, thus helping to liberate both body and soul, contributing in a gentle way to development of necessary personal skills and abilities.
By influencing emotional state of the person, evolution of personal guidelines is initiated and oriented towards development and growth. The communication thus becomes a need, an integral part of person’s life. Moreover, drama therapy strengthens self-confidence. Persons with special needs are perfectly aware of their particularities, but along with the limitations, they can use their skills and abilities with maximum efficiency.
What is the Contents of the Project?
The course includes: educational trainings, acting skills, basics of stage movement and scenic speech, rhythmic, basics of acting culture, clowning and eccentricity, work with literary text.
Andrejs Garkavi – STADIA art-director, actor, producer.
Tatjana Čerkovska – STADIA manager, actress, theatre teacher.
Valērijs Rakovs – project manager, chairman of the Association for persons with special needs MOTUS VITA.