This workshop explores the application of Michael Chekhov’s Acting Technique to the Shakespearean monologue. Discover meaning and character intentions through a whole-bodied, psycho-physical experience of the language. We will explore many facets of the technique including psychological gestures, atmospheres and qualities of movement and witness how they intersect to produce a multi-layered performance. Suitable for actors, directors, high school teachers and anyone with an interest in performing or coaching Shakespeare.
This workshop is led by certified teacher Josephine Christensen. No prior experience of the Chekhov Technique is required.
Ages: 18 years and above.
Dates: Mon 30th July – Friday 3rd of August.
Place: The Motel, Arts Commons.
Times: 10.00-5.00pm daily (lunch time 1.00-2.00pm).
To register follow this link https://www.theatredisponibilite.org/education and fill out the form at the bottom of the page. Alternatively e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration will close on Friday July 27th or when the workshop is filled.