Dr Rebecca Loukes

Publications

Performances

Solo piece from 'Underneath Thought', The Changing Body Symposium, University of Exeter

The Gindler Project. Performances and reflections on the influence and legacy of Elsa Gindler., Exeter

The Gindler Project: Underneath Thought, Roborough Studios, Exeter

I/Thou: A Collaboration with Anna-Helena McLean (Gardzienice), Department of Drama, Exeter

Hidden Forest, directed by Elaine Summers (foudner of Judson Dance Theatre), Lincoln Center for Performing Arts, Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors Festival, New York

Theatre Exchange: An Arts Council England Funded Project with South Street Arts, Reading, South Street Arts, Reading

Invitation to Secret Dancers, directed by Elaine Summers (founder of Judson Dance Theatre), East River Park, New York City

Embodied Translation in Performer Training: Be Brave and Leave for the Unknown, South Street Arts Centre, Reading and venues around the UK

The Idiot Colony Project, ICA London, Birminghame Rep, Theatre Royal Plymouth, Theatre Royal Bath, Tron Theatre Glasgow, Warwick Arts Centre and various others (1st Jan 2008 - 1st Jan 2013)

with Friend C, Coache C, Netherclift S, Holum S, 1 Beach Road Project, Venues include South Street, Reading, The Point, Eastleigh, Jacksons Lane, London, Carriageworks, Leeds, Theatre Royal, Plymouth (1st Jan 2009 - 1st Jan 2013)

Conferences

Embodied Translation: Tradition in the Training Legacy of Elsa Gindler, Practising Tradition in Performer Training: A Critical Approach/International Platform for Performer Training Wroclaw 2016, The Grotowski Institute, Wroclaw, Poland, 28th - 31st Jan 2016

The Idiot Colony: Principles, Processes, and Practices, Isolated Acts: Performance and Asylums, University of Exeter

Gertrud Falke-Heller at Dartington Hall 1937-1939, Michael Chekhov and the Dartington Archives, University of Exeter

'How to Be Deadly: The Natural Body in Contemporary Training and Performance?', The Changing Body International Symposium, University of Exeter, Exeter

'Sensation and Relaxation for the Theatre of the Future? The Work of Gertrud-Falke Heller' (November 2005)., Theatre of the Future?: Michael Chekhov and 21st Century Performance, Dartington College of Arts

Describing the taste of a strawberry: how to articulate the experience of practice, SCUDD Conference, University of Aberystwyth

Making Sense: The Legacy of Elsa Gindler in Training and Performance, CPR Pastmaster: Grounded in Europe - Tanztheater and its Legacy, Roehampton, University of Surrey

The 'Experience of the Sacrum'; The Legacy of Elsa Gindler in Training and Performance, Re-Locating the Sacred in Contemporary Performance Practice, University of Central Lancashire, Preston