CLASSICAL ACTING INTENSIVE EDMONTON: DECEMBER 2ND, 3RD & 4TH
Ever wanted to be part of a Shakespearean company of players? Join us in the Malachite rehearsal room for an exclusive classical training experience that gives you the inside scoop on how a professional Elizabethan repertory company trains and rehearses their actors.
Based upon contemporary Elizabethan performance methodologies, our intensive short courses will set you on a new path with classical text, speaking Shakespeare with confidence and helping you stand out in this competitive industry. Our sessions are open to actors of all ages and skill levels wishing to improve or refresh their approach to Shakespeare.
COURSE DATES: December 2nd, 3rd & 4th, 2016.
SESSION TIMES: All sessions will run 1pm to 9pm.
LOCATION: Holy Trinity Church, 84th Ave, Edmonton.
COURSE FEES: $250 full course or $100 per session; 20% OFF for CAEA Members!
DAY 1 – ELIZABETHAN HISTORY & TECHNIQUES: Build your basic knowledge of Shakespeare’s texts, how his verse serves you as an actor, and how The Lord Chamberlain’s Men would have worked with the text in rehearsal. Improve your comprehension, natural verse reading, and refresh your approaches to text in this introduction.
DAY 2 – MUSICALITY & SHAKESPEARE’S TEXTS: Develop your skills for easy, natural verse delivery using musical methods and tools. Find freedom and connection through verse as you discover how your natural voice dynamics can work with Shakespeare’s texts to achieve complex and truthful storytelling.
DAY 3- REHEARSAL & MOCK AUDITIONS: Put your new skills to work as we delve deeper into scene work in a professional rehearsal setting. Plus, discover how to execute the perfect Shakespeare audition from speech selection to delivery.
Deadline to register is Monday, November 28th, 2016.
Spaces are limited so contact us at email@example.com as soon as possible to secure your spot on the course.
Check out www.themalachites.co.uk for more!
Photo: The Malachites perform Titus Andronicus at St Leonard’s Church, Shoreditch, London 2013.