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Zoom Zalon 5: Ethics in Performance with Ilya Vidrin - Shared screen with speaker view
Ilya Vidrin
44:07
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hj_bBV9_ytU
Amanda Brea
53:05
Hi! Thank you so much for sharing your expertise and time with us. I can’t turn my camera/mic on today due to a family conflict but I wanted to ask a question regarding collaboration. You mentioned collaboration in dance and the challenges of that. Do you have any advice to share on collaboration in creative research, and how to resolve conflict when a shared dialogue isn’t occurring or miscommunication occurs? Especially in interdisciplinary work when a shared dialogue has to be created to work (potentially in your work with engineers.) I hope this question makes sense.
Amanda Brea
57:13
Thank you so much!
Pavithra Rajesh
01:02:24
I can't speak because my parents are asleep haha but: You spoke a little about our current education systems. As someone who comes from a background of theatre being stigmatised as a waste of time or is solely important to performers, how would you begin to emphasize the benefits of a theatre education for all students regardless of their career aspirations, to even the most resistant of educators? How would you begin to change people's perspectives of theatre as "play"?
Megan Sandberg-Zakian (she/her)
01:06:01
This is SO good Ilya, I’m so inspired by your work! I wanted to mention that for those who are directors or interested in directing, there’s a chapter in my recent book that directly addresses the question you’re answering now (about our responsibilities to co-creators and audiences, and what the line is between creative agitation and actual harm). Chapter is called “A Lamp, A Bridge, A Ship”.
Megan Sandberg-Zakian (she/her)
01:06:02
https://the3rdthing.press/books/there-must-be-happy-endings/
Pavithra Rajesh
01:07:36
Thank you so much!
Ilya Vidrin
01:07:59
Yes, Megan!!!
Amy Halliday
01:09:17
Thanks Ilya!
Thedita Pedersen
01:09:27
Thank you!!
Shira Weiss
01:09:32
Ilya can you share your contact information?
Alyssa Calloway
01:09:32
I found this super interesting— thank you! Wonderful to meet you.
Helen Lewis
01:09:37
Thanks so much, Ilya!
Catherine Giorgetti
01:09:40
Thank you so much!