Designed for those who have completed a beginner level acting technique course or have relevant experience, this course focuses on in-depth character and scene analysis. Undertake challenging acting exercises to develop emotional truth and perform complex scenes with confidence.
In this six-week course, you will further develop performance skills such as establishing consistency in the delivery of scene work, and deepening your ability to be present in the moment. You will develop characterisation using voice and movement, apply various movement techniques and further your understanding of the link between voice and movement. An important part of extending your acting craft is realising the writer’s intent. In this course you will prepare in-depth script analysis, conduct dramaturgical research on chosen text and create truth in your character portrayal based on scripted text.
This workshop is led by actor, producer and Arcola Participation Coordinator, Rach Skyer.
Tuesday 30th October – Tuesday 4th December
Rach Skyer is an actor, theatre practitioner and producer for The Bareface Collective, Global Voices Theatre and SLAM King’s Cross. Having both trained and taught at The Poor School, their credits for stage include: Fine and Dandy (Arcola Theatre), The Strawman (National Youth Theatre), She Ventures and He Wins (The Rose Playhouse), Hamlet, Saint Joan, The Cherry Orchard (The Workhouse Theatre), Blasted (Tim Everett Productions), Blake’s Doors (The Revolving Shed), Nothing Like the Sun (Theatre Utopia), Her Body is a Minefield (White Bear Theatre), Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (Blunt Theatre Company).
Sorry, Arcola Passport tickets are not available for this production.
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