Liz Lerman’s Critical Response Process nurtures works-in-progress through a four-step, facilitated dialogue. The method was developed by the MacArthur winning choreographer Liz Lerman to work with dancers. Lerman calls it Critical Response. One process this project has found particularly effective for one-to-one teachers is Liz Lerman’s Critical Response Process (CRP). The Critical Response.
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Welcoming and sharing are key to fully cgitical the creative stage of a dance performance. Often the artist and the audience have similar fragilities and inhibitions about this process.
The creative stage is a very vulnerable moment for an artist; everything he usually expresses, at his best, becomes invisible and gets lost in the darkness of doubt and suspence.
Therefore lia audience surrenders to the use of the common words: This method helps one to improve its critical language skills in order to open a dialogue with the artist, but it can also be used by writers and bloggers, dance teachers, and so on.
This feedback process involves a facilitator who knows the method and leads the dialogue between the artist and the audience.
The conversation takes place after a dance performance and it is articulated in 4 steps: How do you see this type of music ressponse this performance? What idea guided your choice of music? Why did you choose that kind of music?
It requires costant traning. But all of them critica, how this method may change their approach as spectator and their capacity to relating with it and sharing their opinions.
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Critical Response Process | A Method for Giving and Getting Feedback
The audience gives lrman feedback about the performance just in positive statement. In this case, the artist can manage the critical response to find out what he needs to improve for his creative stage and to resolve his doubts, protecting himself from unnecessary depreciations.
Do you like the music? If the audience has an opinion about somenthing costumes, lights, music, artistic idea, movements, ecc… It can ask to the artist if he want to know it.
Liz Lerman’s Critical Response Process
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