Freak, Passion, Onion Performing in my own shows, or others’. I've always wanted to be Ingrid Bergman.

CHAPTER FIVE LESSON 2 : LISTNE & REPEAT (2017)

EXHIBITED / PERFORMED AT

2017 BOW ARTS COURTYARD | LONDON

2017 INTERVENTIONS 4 | SABIOTE, ESP

2017 O M N I | MADRID

ABOUT

A muy loca y divertida fiesta paella piece in three acts
Including:
-conversation and correction
-an English exam to prove one's knowledge of the language.
-a choreography based on hand and arm movements.
-a tea party.

CREDITS

Alice Esmé + Luis Amália
> A Esther Moya le Robaron una Medalla

Have you ever felt someone was waiting for you to make a mistake when speaking a foreign language?

Have you ever spent more time being corrected than trying to interchange perspectives?

Why is there such a huge social difference between an accent from Leicester and an accent from Buckinghamshire?

Why are actors desperate to sound Southern denying their own idiosyncracy?

You are nobody in this globalised world if you can’t prove that you can speak English but that’s not enough. That’s just the first stage.

Then comes the question: what kind of English do you speak?

As it happens in gymnastics with the panel of judges and as it happens on these expensive language tests and as it happens /sometimes/ in real life: invalid answers will deduct points from your starting score.

LUIS AMÁLIA
based in London but available for work in Madrid too.
a.luisamalia@gmail.com
UK (+44) 7523 296575
ES (+34) 680 22 95 45

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