Bootworks Theatre Talkshop
About This Show
James is Co-Artistic Director of Bootworks Theatre and Senior Lecturer at The University of Chichester. He really enjoys chatting with Children's Theatre Makers.
Chichester University: chi.ac.uk/department-theatre.
Most Recent Episode
Ep:05 with Sibylle Peters
The fifth episode in a series of Podcasts where James Baker of Bootworks Theatre speaks with a number of children's performance makers and producers about their work.
In this episode James chats with researcher and performance artist Sibylle Peters about time (and children’s relationship with it), playing vs reality, listening to children as equals, zombies, children as members of the public, live-art, children's understanding of diversity, and destruction.
Additional material in this podcast was kindly provided by the Live Art Development Agency (LADA); http://www.thisisliveart.co.uk/
Links to things discussed include:
Playing Up Live Art: http://www.thisisliveart.co.uk/projects/playing-up-live-art-for-kids-adults/
Kaputt: The Academy of Destruction: http://www.thisisliveart.co.uk/projects/kaputt-the-transgenerational-academy-of-destruction/
The Fundus Theater: http://www.fundus-theater.de/
Music by Dougie Evans: www.dougieevans.com.