Six week Short Course running on Wednesday evenings
19th April-24th May 2017
Lead by Lukas Angelini, these training sessions explore Asian performance techniques especially the Suzuki Method. The training sessions seek to explore the participant’s emotional and physical power and commitment to each moment on stage. Movements are initiated from the centre of the body in which the performers increase their relationship with the ground as well as with the ensemble.
The sessions address and develop a variety of skills that are useful for actors of all performance genres, such as physical strength, control and co-ordination, concentration, energy, breathing, voice and spatial awareness.
The sessions are varied and physically demanding. The training sessions will give you insight into a practice that focuses on the process rather than on a fixed end-product. These sessions are suited for both beginners and experienced performers. It helps to come with a ‘beginner’s mind’ as in such a mind are many possibilities.
Trained as an actor in Zurich, Switzerland and worked with many different theatre companies in Europe and the UK. He trained with the SITI company in Europe and the US. He is a co-founder of the Theatre Training Initiative in London and works as an Associate Artist for the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain. He teaches at various UK drama schools and universities. He loves experimental theatre and was a member of Apocryphal Theatre. He practices Zen Buddhism and loves Hot Yoga
|Suzuki Method||19th April-24th May||Wednesday||18:00-20:00||6 weeks||£60.00||Book Now|