Acting for improvers classes

Acting for Improvers

  • Acting for Improvers Classes in London
Mondays: 7.00 pm – 9.00 pm
13th Jan - 30th March 2020 (12 weeks)
£234 for one 12-week course.
The Courtyard Theatre, 4 0 Pitfield St, London N1 6EU
HARRISON ROSE

Harrison has performed on UK Tours, on the West End and Internationally, most recently completing a season of Shakespeare - performing as Hamlet. Harrison is also a Playwright who has written for multiple scratch nights before his debut full-length play (Fox) was programmed at The Old Red Lion Theatre in London in 2017 He trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama on the MA acting program and is a passionate and dedicated acting coach, putting his professional experience to good use.

NOW SOLD OUT FOR JANUARY 2020

If you would like to be added to the waiting list please join via the “Book Now” button below. Alternatively, the instructor Harrison Rose is also teaching our Thursday evening Beginners Acting for Improvisation/Devising and Script Work courses. If you are looking for more of a challenge, why not join our Acting for Intermediates course on Wednesday evenings – which includes the opportunity to perform at the Courtyard Theatre in March 2020.

Our Acting for Improvers course is about building an ensemble of weekly members who want to learn the skills required to make bold informed choices and create distinct characters working through scenes from current and necessary plays. We will unpick what makes ‘great acting’ and practically work through some of the fundamental elements of Stanislavski’s process alongside Katie Mitchell’s checklist in order to get skilled up on what works for you.

We will be building the performers process and demystifying the art of acting in order to give beginners the toolkit required in order to be able to tackle characters and scripts.

We will be working on building confidence and becoming more aware and skilled performers.

Course Content:

Each student will work on two monologues, one for stage and the other for screen.

  • Movement and voice training
  • Stanislavski techniques including emotional recall
  • Character development
  • A tool kit of performance skills enabling you to free your inner performer from inhibitions
  • Stagecraft skills
  • Vocal and physical acting techniques relevant to screen acting as opposed to stage acting
  • Development of personal confidence, imagination and creativity