A Multi-cultural Performing Arts School in London,

welcoming Drama students from all over the world!

30 Brondesbury Park, London NW6 7DN - ENGLAND
TEL +44 20 8830 0074
URL: http://www.startek-uk.com
E-MAIL: enquiries@startek-uk.com

 

 
 
 

Drama, Acting, Theatre, and Performing Arts courses in London

Drama Workshops

 

SHAKESPEARE & IMPROVISATION COURSE

We are running a Shakespeare and Improvisation Course 18-22 February in London.

Course Fees = £345 inclusive of a tour around Shakespeare's Globe. Theatre.

This acting course aims to inspire students to use Shakespeare’s language with assurance and originality.  The themes and meaning of his work are explored through voice and physicality.

A variety of texts will be used but students are also encouraged to bring a monologue that they would like to work on.

Improvisation is a useful tool to bring the actors imagination alive and helps us to respond to situations, both real and imagined, with confidence and vigour.  Using improvisation around Shakespeare's texts inspires a deeper understanding of his ideas. makes them relevant to today's audiences, and brings truth to your performance.  

Classes will take place in our rehearsal rooms.

Acting Course Directors:

Sarah Mann & Jim Madden have taught this acting course in the UK, Mexico & The Seychelles. 

Sarah Mann LTCL, Arts Ed. Dip is the Artistic Course Director this acting course.  She is a Trinity examiner, actress, producer and writer, who studied at The Arts Educational Schools, London.  Sarah co-founded Incisor Theatre Company in 1988 and has produced many productions for stage and screen.  She has also been assistant manager at The Fortune Theatre in Covent Garden.  She has studied with Barbara Houseman of the RSC and is a great proponent of her vocal techniques. Sarah has taught Shakespeare workshops worldwide and has produced and acted in “Twelfth Night” for Incisor  .

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Jim Madden is a writer, director, actor and co-founder of Incisor Theatre Company. His two first full-length plays: I Know What You Want and Nasty Boy received 5 stars from the Scotsman at The Edinburgh Festival. His three plays for Take Two at the Canal Café Theatre include So Bloody Important, performed Off Broadway and Bagging Up starring Pierce Quigley. His short film, The Snatching of Bookie Bob, starring Rod Steiger, was premiered at Planet Hollywood.  Jim has taught for The London Drama School for many years.  His latest film project is “Robin” in which he plays the lead and is directed by Australian actor, Mark Little.

http://www.theatre-company-incisor.com

Course entry Requirements and enquiries:
The only requirement is enthusiasm and commitment.  Fees on application.
Sarahmann7@hotmail.co.uk

Please note we recommend that this course has a maximum of 25 students to ensure quality of tuition. 

This Course also comes to you and can be booked for 1, 2 or 3 days, or 1 - 2 weeks.  Available in the UK and Worldwide.

This acting course aims to inspire students to use Shakespeare’s language with assurance and originality.  The themes and meaning of his work are explored through voice and physicality.  Ideally, some acting classes should be outdoors to fully understand the acting techniques that were used originally to engage the audience.
Improvisation is a useful tool to bring the actors imagination alive and helps us to respond to situations, both real and imagined, with confidence and vigour.  Explore your creativity!

These acting workshops can be tailored to meet your requirements.

 

 


 

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