Designed from the show and eminently attractive themes from Playing Hooky, PPS Danse offered a series of workshops intertwining poetry, song, theater and dance inspired by the playful universe of Jacques Prévert. Choreographic initiation workshops to build bridges and sensitize participants to contemporary dance and the choreographic creation process.
Imagined in the form of a game and through different activities or put into action, the workshop sought to demonstrate the parallels between writing (calligraphy) and choreographic writing, between words and gestures. Through rhymes and movement, participants had to experiment with the writing gesture, structure a choreographic sentence, play with rhythm, etc. The workshop was designed to demonstrate the parallels between writing (calligraphy) and choreographic writing, between words and gestures.
The workshop was offered in a school or community setting, with one or more meetings. The workshops lasted an average of one hour and were led by professional dancers and choreographers.
Thank you to the students who shared and enriched our artistic experimentation!