16. BUILD-UP TO THE INDRA CONGRESS PATHWAYS
HOSTED BY ARROWSA AND UKZN
IN DURBAN FROM 2ND TO THE 8TH OF JULY 2018
We have an ongoing build-up to the Indra Congress Pathways that introduces the participants and arts facilitators and organisers to each other and also shares the artworks that the participating groups are working on that they will share with each other at the congress.
Meet the young women from Plymouth UK who will share their talents at the Indra Congress Pathways!
Alix Harris is a Theatre Practitioner, Director & performer. In 2015, Alix set up performance company Beyond Face with the aim to promote and raise the profile of people of colour in performance work in Plymouth and the wider regions. The company works with young people, emerging artist and professionals across theatre and dance. Beyond Face is now a resident company within the Barbican Theatre Plymouth . Alix is a participant of the Artistic Directors Leadership Programme run by tiata fahodzi & RTYDS. Alix works at the Barbican Theatre as a freelance Practitioner & Director, as well as the Theatre Royal Plymouth & is a director of the Indra Congress CIC. The majority of Alix’s work is focused on people’s stories and a big focus on using the arts for social justice and to ensure that every voice is represented on stage.
Ellie and Georgia have been attending Plymouth Indra for almost 5 years. They both have just completed their Drama and English Literature A Level. Georgia will be starting a degree in Performing Arts education at the University of St Mark and St John in September. Ellie hopes to use her experience in Indra to pursue a career in Drama Therapy.
They say “we are really excited about being enlightened in the culture of South Africa and seeing our friends from Indra again and making new ones.”
Looking forward to seeing these young ladies perform again!