All our Acting and Speaking courses are available for adults aged 19 on 31 August 2017 and over only.
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Daytime & Evening Acting and Speaking Courses
The focus of this course is finding ways to develop and show ‘character’ as an actor; whether this is a well-known character from a famous play, or one from a lesser-known script, a character from your imagination, or someone you have observed who has inspired you. So where do you start? Come and find out.
Although ‘character’ is the main focus of the Spring term, the games, approaches, techniques and material we use will depend on the individual and the group.
The focus of this course is finding ways to put together and develop a scene involving more than one character; whether this is a scene from a famous play, or a lesser-known script, a devised scene from your own imaginations, or a situation you have observed which has inspired you. So where do you start? Come and find out.
Although ‘Scene Work’ is the main focus of the Spring term, the games, approaches, techniques and material we use will depend on the individual and the group.
Studio Practice aims to develop roles in more depth. The course will adopt a workshop style format and will consist of improvisation, script work and technical approaches supported by a scene selected from a chosen playwright.
You will be encouraged to look at making your creative work more distinct and meaningful, in order to give your scene a theatrical ‘life’. Please note, the course is open to all but it is not an introductory course to acting. Learning progresses in level as the year continues.
End of Year Summer Concert – July 2015:
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