First, learn the physical language of performance poetry, how to embody a written piece through movement, pace, volume, and tone. Second, look at how to identify a poetry that works best on the page, or translate a performance piece into a written format, keeping a sense of energy and vibrancy to the words. This workshop will move you from draft to final piece, regardless of how it will be shared with the world.
You Will Learn:
the difference between poetry for performance and poetry for the page
how to identify the characteristics in a piece and determine the best format
how to perform your poetry
how to structure a poem for the page
confidence and poise for performance
You are encouraged to bring either an idea or a piece you’ve been working on.
About wāni le Frère
wāni is an Afro Indigenous storyteller with vast knowledges in the discipline from performance and storytelling through to poetry. He is an award-winning performer and writer at both the local and national level. wani is a 2018 Greenroom award winner, as well as the 2019 Australian slam poetry champion.
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