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Richard Layzell – Notes from Perth
 
Day 23: Tuesday 14 Oct 03
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  1. Practicals and Methods 2. Intuitions and insights 3. Freeflow
  Trying to focus on 'Eleanor's Falcon' [finally accepted this working title as ok]
Set in motion the possibility of Rosie coming out from Sydney to appear in the piece as a live [rather than pre-recorded] collaborator.
Q. How can the experience as a facilitator [for the past 3 days] inform performance preparation?

A. Was improvising based on previous knowledge/experience. Was reasonably fearless. Allowed lots of space. Knew the boundaries and was clear about them. Had confidence. Accepted the role of director/choreographer. Was in
the moment, allowing the process to unfold in unexpected ways. Not too self-critical. Not investing everything.

Q. Was it easier facilitating a group of 10 alone than a group of 20 as one of 5 facilitators in
Wagga Wagga?

A. At TPS2 we 5 negotiated continually. So there was another stage in the process. This was part of the challenge. It's hard to compare the two. They're as different as relating facilitation to 'making' [above].
The intricacies of the Midland Laundromat. Only tokens are permitted. Warm cold. Tokens can be bought from the chemist. Where's the chemist? On the corner up there, next to the Opp [charity] shop. At the prescriptions counter. How many tokens do you think I need? Is there a connection between chemist and laundromat that I'm missing? Clean and healthy.
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