The perfect opportunity to learn Theatre Stage Management
Learn the principles of Stanislavski, one of the most popular acting techniques followed by actors all around the globe.
Improvisation can strike fear into the heart of many performers, yet it is a powerful and fantastically fun skill to have in any actor’s toolbelt.
Learn to move more freely on stage and improve stage presence.
Learn playfulness and presence. Explore how to be “present” and in “complicity” with other performers.
Movement sequences from the Feldenkrais Method to heighten self perception. Discover more ease and less tension, rhythm as a foundation for creative play.
Learn to have more presence on stage – games to invite more playfulness, discover an organic sense of movement.
Facilitated by performer, theatre maker and Feldenkrais Practitioner Anna Yen.
To engage Members with introductory techniques to explore the basics of stagecraft and how to move on stage to create interesting relationships and stage pictures.
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