Permanent theatre workshops for children and adults

Do you want to acquire useful techniques of oratory, vocalization, breathing or body expression? Fear of public speaking, stage fright? Desires to put the imagination to fly and enjoy in the middle...

Do you want to acquire useful techniques of oratory, vocalization, breathing or body expression? Fear of public speaking, stage fright? Desires to put the imagination to fly and enjoy in the middle of magical costumes and puppets made with waste materials?

La Tortuga Foundation offers the opportunity for adults and children to rely on theater as a life tool and develop communication skills from the infinite world of tables, where all dreams become possible with just a little creativity, discipline and teamwork.

The classes are scheduled to take place twice a week and the culmination of the workshops will be the assembly of a theatrical piece, which will coincide with two important dates of the world environmental calendar. The theatrical presentation of the group of the little ones will be made within the framework of Earth Day, on April 22, and that of the group of adults will be World Environment Day, set on June 5 of each year.

Registration is now open for this first edition of the permanent theater workshops, which will be offered by the artist Celideth Borges at the headquarters of La Tortuga Foundation (Américo Vespucio Avenue crossing with R-16, old Caztor house, Dairy).

The permanent theatre workshops are planned with three different audiences in place:

GROUP A:

Girls and boys between 8 and 14 years old Rehearsals:

Monday and Wednesday from 3 to 5 pm

Workshop content: acting techniques, vocalization, breathing, costumes and makeup

Start of classes: April 7 Final presentation: April 22, within the framework of Earth Day

GROUP B:

People 15 years and older Rehearsals: T

uesday and Thursday from 3 to 5 pm

Workshop content: acting techniques, vocalization, body expression, breathing, projection, costumes, makeup and props

Start of classes: April 15 Final presentation: June 5, within the framework of World Environment Day

LONG-TERM YOUTH GROUP:

Seniors, both sexes Rehearsals: Tuesday and Thursday from 9 to 11 am

Workshop content: acting techniques, vocalization, body expression, breathing, projection, costumes, makeup and props

Start of classes: April 15 Final presentation: June 5, within the framework of World Environment Day


▶️ Celideth Borges. Full-time environmental engineer and artist
The person who will teach the permanent theatre workshops combines her profession as a natural resources engineer with her passion for theatre and puppetry. She began her relationship with La Tortuga Foundation in 2012, the year in which she participated as a facilitator and recreator in the vacation plan carried out by this institution.
She is also an oral storyteller, or storytelling as this art of storytelling is best known. In 2013, during the presentation of the book "Guía para el docente. Conservation and protection of sea turtles", edited by Fundación Empresas Polar and Fundación La Tortuga, Borges narrated the story entitled "La historia de Elisa".
She is a Natural Resources Engineer from the National Experimental University of Los Llanos (UNELLEZ-Portuguesa, Guanare) and since 2006 she shares her profession with the world of tablas, especially those related to popular theater and puppet theater. He has given multiple theater workshops in Anzoátegui and Portuguesa, many of these through his group, K'Yena Teatro y Circo. He has also shared cultural and artistic projects with the Teatro Popular del Sur (TPSUR) of El Tigre and the Experimental Theater of El Tigre (TET), the Teloncito de María and La Casika, both groups from Guanare.
Those interested in participating in the permanent theater workshops can visit the headquarters of Fundación La Tortuga for more details or contact Celideth Borges directly at 0416 2037957 or email asrai2207@hotmail.com.