WAAPA student on ITI
From January to March 2017, ITI welcomed 5 visiting students from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA).
WAAPA visiting student Noemie Huttner-Koros' article about her intercultural experience at ITI has been published in Dircksey magazine and is available to read online.
'“Wandering is my arrival. Departing is my residence.” from Descendants of the Eunuch Admiral by Kuo Pao Kun
This quote comes from the late Kuo Pao Kun, known as the father of Singaporean theatre and a pioneer of Mandarin theatre, who also co-founded the Intercultural Theatre Institute (ITI) in 2000. I was lucky enough to spend a term studying there earlier this year. ...
I wanted to speak first about Kuo Pao Kun because the values and generosity of spirit Pao Kun worked towards throughout his life are evident in all the training at ITI: of compassion and interculturalism, of collaboration and open- mindedness. ITI is a small building. It’s simply four studios behind a large white building at the top of Emily Hill near the suburb of Little India but what happens everyday there is incredible.