Straighten Rural Youth Through Theater
Corbeni, 2021 (to be updated – Covid19)
Who are they?
- Young people ageing between 18-25 years old;
- Belong to/live in the rural environment in the partner countries;
- Want to develop personally and professionally;
- Are passionate/interested in theatre;
- Are committed to respecting equal opportunities, religious equality, gender, expression, personal dignity and all other European values;
- Undertake to actively participate in all stages of the project – preparation, development, dissemination, evaluation.
Getting to know each other
Trailer – Day 1
Getting to know ourselves
History – Day 2
Documentary – Day 3
Creating the masterpiece
Western – Days 4-8
Let the show begin
Action – day 9
Good bye activities
Drama – Day 10
What can you learn?
- get to know how to make a theater show and how specific exercises in dramatic art can improve relationships with others
- acquire methods of reflection and identification of our own needs and passions
- get in touch with other nationalities and get to know other cultures
- develop language and communication skills
- better understanding of art and symbols
- identify resource persons you can count on
- improve team spirit and tolerance
- improve self-confidence and self-esteem
- improve trust in other and in relationships with other
- improve confidence in European values and diversity
- develop cognitively, rationally and emotionally
- increase motivation to participate in society on a civic level
- improve writing skills, diction, breathing, transmission, the ability to memorize and penetrate the message of a text
- develop a greater capacity for analysis, initiative and civic involvement
- develop the ability to speak in public
- improve communication and expression skills – verbal and nonverbal
If we have raised your interest stay around to find our more about our project, see how you can involve or/and check the project results!
The project „Straighten Rural Youth Through Theater” is financed with the support of European Commission through Erasmus+ Programme. This blog reflects only the author’s views, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.