Theatre Lumiere is looking for a group of multi-disciplinary artists who are interested and willing to

commit to a weekly Suzuki Technique and Viewpoints training in The Lab, each Thursday evening from

6pm-9pm, from now until the end of May.  Suzuki Technique is a physically demanding practice

connecting the core and legs as a primary means of corporeal expression. Viewpoints are contemporary

radical pedagogies of movement in time and space first introduced by American choreographers Mary

Overlie and Wendell Beavers.  When these two different methodologies were first combined, the

prestigious SITI Company was formed. Our aim is to train in these two contrasting ways, and see is it

possible through play to create a holistic theatre ensemble. Contact Michael McCabe at by Wednesday 19th January for more information.