Acting for Improvers Ensemble Company-Moral Dilemmas

Wednesdays 6.30pm-8.30pm
7th October-9th December
£195 Fees can be split in to two installments if required please email
Courtyard Theatre The Courtyard Theatre, 40 Pitfield St, London N1 6EU
Claire Amias Claire is a RADA trained actor. She has worked extensively on stage and screen. She also acts, writes and directs for her theatre company A Monkey With Cymbals. On-screen Claire has played main supporting roles in numerous feature films including Mabel Smith in Borley Rectory (alongside Reece Shearsmith), Ms. Conrad in Telling Lies (alongside Jason Flemyng and Melanie Brown), the Young Nurse in Provoked (which starred Miranda Richardson and Robbie Coltrane), and Beattie in The Magic Hour. Stage roles have included Mags in Handbagged and Sheila in Relatively Speaking at Windsor Theatre Royal and on tour, and Maggie in Hobson's Choice and Liz Essendine in Present Laughter at Chesterfield Pomegranate Theatre all for Paul Taylor-Mills. Also Claire has performed in several No 1 Tours - Funny Peculiar for Bill Kenwright and Handbagged for Eleanor Lloyd Prods.

Only 12 places due to social distancing.

Enjoy being with people within a Covid Secure and fully risk assessed environment which adheres to current government guidelines!

If any classes have to be cancelled due to COVID-19 you will get a refund for all classes unable to be delivered. 

In just 10 weeks, students on this course will put on a mini NHS fundraising showcase for family and friends.

Should I or shouldn’t I? No, but can I or can’t I? Yes, but will I or won’t I? Arghh, I can’t decide!

As the famous quote goes: “It is the ability to choose which makes us human.” But what if the choice is one of the biggest decisions you’ve ever had to make? In this brand new 10-week acting course, probe the world of moral dilemmas with comedic and dramatic scenes: affairs, cheating, crimes, and more. So, what will you choose? This Acting for Improvers Ensemble Company is for those who have moved on from one of our Acting for Beginners courses, or a similar course / experience elsewhere, and are looking for something more challenging. Our acting classes are ideal if you would like to improve your acting skills, confidence and presentation skills. In the forthcoming term, you will have the opportunity and challenge to perform in a small showcase on the last day of term for invited friends and family. All profits from this showcase will go to the NHS.

Please e-mail letting us know what acting courses you have been on in the past or any relevant acting experience you may have. We will then arrange a 15 minute zoom call with you in which you will have the opportunity to ask any questions and read through a short script.

Course Content:

  • Improvisation to help create the world outside of a play
  • Voice work to help with projection and diction
  • Building a character
  • Physicality work
  • Ensemble work
  • Actioning a text                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

This course will take place on Wednesday 6.30pm – 8.30pm, 7th October – 9th December. ALL profits from this course will go towards Saving the Anna Fiorentini Kids Charity Theatre School.