Posts filed under 'Workshops'
Jim from acting class forwarded me this announcement, which I am glad to pass on:
It is my pleasure to once again inform you about Andrea Small’s next
visit to the Czech Republic.
She will lead a workshop under the title “Singing for Joy” on Sunday
17th May in Ceske Budejovice. As usual it will be held at the Materske
Centrum Maj and will run from 10.30-4.30. The workshop is open to all adults and
teenagers, even if they believe they cannot sing. The cost is on a sliding scale from 375kč – 700kč
We are planning a shared lunch so please bring something – not too
much – to put on the table for us all to enjoy. Tea, coffee, water and
biscuits will be provided throughout the day.
I would be grateful if you could distribute the information about the
workshop as far and wide as possible. Word of mouth is still the best
recommendation. Flyers are attached but if you need printed ones please
let me know. You can have the flyers either in Czech or English.
You will also be able to find full information on www.expats.cz on the events
Booking in advance is necessary so please contact me either on
firstname.lastname@example.org or send a text to 608233310.
I look forward to hearing from you very soon and perhaps singing with
you in May
With best wishes
May 6th, 2009
The Prague Shakespeare Festival is offering a unique Master Class featuring Andrew Wade, one of the world’s foremost experts on Shakespearean Verse, May 23-24, 2009 in Prague, Czech Republic. Space for this exclusive Master Class will be limited to 20 participants and a select number of observers. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn from one of the most respected Shakespearean Theatre experts in the world.
Shakespeare Master Class with Andrew Wade
May 23-24, 2009
Prague, Czech Republic
Saturday May 23, 2009 – 10:00-17:00
Sunday May 24, 2009 – 10:00-17:00
Particpant (limit of 20 total) – 4,000 czk
Observer (limited seating) – 2 hours per day – 10:00-12:00 Sat & 14:00-16:00 Sun
1,000 kcz – both days
600 kcz – one day
To apply for the Andrew Wade Master Class, all applicants must submit via email a complete registration form, a headshot or photo, resume and personal statement (if also applying for a partial scholarship).
May 5th, 2009
Divadlo Miloco will be holding a series of workshops focused on devising original performance material in rehearsal. Highlighting movement, improvisation, clown, rhythm and song, these workshops are designed both to develop individual actors’ skills and explore the creative potential of an ensemble.
Of primary importance will be the creation of a space where the group of performers work as one, yet allow for and strengthen each other’s individuality.
The workshops will combine intense physical work with ensemble movement excersises, designed to break down barriers that inhibit open creativity and expression. In tandem with movement and ensemble work, we will also explore improvisation and clowning techniques as ways to create performance material.
As the workshops progress, we will spend more and more time on storytelling, incorporating the physical and improvisation work into a context where an actual performance material can be created.
These workshops are desinged for both experienced, professional actors as well as students. The workshops will be conducted in English and Czech. While the course is free, we will ask all participants to contribute 50kc/session in order to cover costs of heating, electricity, etc.
The workshops will begin on Thursday the 4th of December at 19:00 and will take place every Thursday until the end of January (there will be a Christmas break)
The workshops will be lead by Daniel Brown and Andrea Miltnerova.
Miloco is currently looking to expand its performance ensemble for productions in 2009.
If you are interested in participating, please call Daniel Brown on +420 773660065 or email: email@example.com
For more information visit www.miloco.cz
December 2nd, 2008
Rapier & Broadsword Stage Combat Workshop
Nov 18 & 20, 2008 – 7pm-10pm
Led by accomplished fight director Guy Roberts (member of the Society of American Fight Directors), this class will teach safe and disciplined basic rapier and broadsword stage fighting techniques. The workshop will culminate with a student performance of stage combat choreography directed by Roberts. Participants should bring a pair of light gloves (leather or batting gloves preferred), must wear comfortable clothing and be ready to break a sweat. Students may bring their own rapier and/or broadsword provided the weapon is combat-worthy. The instructor will make final determination regarding the weapon(s) and no weapon(s) not approved by the instructor will be allowed in the workshop. Practice swords provided by instructor.
Space is limited so make reservations early.
Workshop Dates & Locations:
Prague: November 18 & 20, 2008 – 7pm-10pm The English International School Brunelova 960/12
142 00 Prague 4
Directions to EISP:
To reach the school by public transport from the centre, take the red line (C) to Kačerov followed by bus number 117 or 215 to bus-stop Sidliště Libuš. The journey takes approximately 30 minutes and the campus is located directly opposite the bus stop.
Cost – Prague:
1700kc Standard Workshop Fee
1350kc Students & Theatre Artists Workshop Fee (no other discounts apply)
To apply applicants must submit via email a complete registration form (download below).
All balances must be paid prior to the first day of the workshop.
For more info and to register for Shakespeare’s Sword email:firstname.lastname@example.org
November 10th, 2008
Intensive Acting Shakespeare Workshop
Led by Guy Roberts, this is the perfect introduction to acting Shakespeare’s texts for the beginner and the perfect exploration and tune-up for the advanced actor. Shakespeare’s characters express themselves by thought, choosing language moment to moment. This intensive workshop explores the link between the structure of the language and the thought the structure expresses. Once the actor fully understands and commands the tools of Shakespeare’s language the possibilities are limitless. The aim is to empower actors to make Shakespeare’s language roll “trippingly” from their tongues. Participants will workshop a selected Shakespeare speech or scene and the weekend concludes with a Mock Audition experience and individualized instructor feedback on the “audition”.
Details and a daily breakdown below:
Milady Horakove 39, Praha 7
Space is limited so make reservations early.
For more info and to register for Unlocking Shakespeare email: email@example.com
1700czk Standard Workshop Fee
1350czk Students & Theatre Artists Workshop Fee (no other discounts apply)
**Payment plans accepted on individual basis upon consultation & approval of instructor
**Note: European Workshops conducted entirely in English
Saturday, Oct 25 10am – 5pm
Introduction to Hearing Shakespeare vs. Seeing Shakespeare, Shakespearean theatrical and stage traditions to the present time. Examination of Shakespearean verse structure, how the structure of the verse frees the actor providing dynamic and exciting playing options, Why Language is Character, Shakespearean Rhetoric and the Art of Persuasion, Speech/Thought Structure, and the value of consulting Folio texts. Introduction to effective vocal, physical & textual preparation and rehearsal techniques that the actor can apply to any production or rehearsal session. Monologues and/or scene work is selected for ongoing work.
Sunday, Oct. 26 12pm – 5pm
Ongoing, hands-on work on: Sound and Meaning in Shakespeare, Vowels and Consonants in Shakespeare, Imagery and Antithesis, Order in the Elizabethan World and Prose in Shakespeare. Individual coaching of selected monologues and scenes. One hour private rehearsal/lunch break (participant must provide own meal) at 1:30pm.
Tuesday, Oct 28 7pm – 10pm
Ongoing, hands-on work on: Speaking with Power and Truth and Connecting the Breath to the Voice and the Voice to the Thought. Continued individual coaching of selected monologues and scenes. Workshop ends with Mock Audition followed by individual feedback and coaching.
October 17th, 2008
Nancy is launching several types of new workshops to expand her “brand” if we can call it that. Marketing for Actors will cover how actors can get themselves out there in the world (through new media: youtube, facebook, search engines, blogging; as well as old: resume and showreel critique). There will be a special focus on “self casting” using the new website for actors to send their castings directly to producers. Presumably the workshop will also cover how casting directors view and use this marketing. Right now it looks like she’s only scheduled classes in the UK. Maybe we can persuede her to bring her class back home!
October 2nd, 2008
Gil Bomber is organizing 2 workshops with English a natural voice and Alexander Technique teacher, Andrea Small. The workshops will be October 11th and 12th and space is limited, so you should sign up early. Each workshop costs 750 Kč and you should bring your own lunch (drinks are provided). The workshops are being held at Základní škole, Mohylova 1963, Prague 13, close to Metro Lužiny
On Saturday 11th October there will be a workshop (adults only) from 10.30 to 4.30 called “Singing for the Truly Terrified” which is mainly intended for those who feel they would like some extra help when singing, and for those who truly believe they cannot sing. But it is also suitable for anyone who would like to come along and sing (including those who came to it last year) – we will just be taking it a little more slowly than on Sunday.
On Sunday we will be “Singing for Joy”, also from 10.30 to 4.30, and the workshop is open to all adults – we will be singing different songs from those learned on Saturday so attendance at both workshops is fine.
To sign up or for more information, please contact Gil at firstname.lastname@example.org phone: 608 233 310. Andrea will be teaching private lessons on Friday 10th October. Please book through Gil.
August 30th, 2008
Agenda Events is proud to present Ellie Cummins and Colin Broderick in a Writing Workshop
Colin Broderick is a writer from County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. He lived in New York for twenty years where he had his first play ‘Father Who, produced in 2003. Broderick has most recently been published in The New York Times. He is here in Prague with his wife Renata and their dog and cat for the past six months finishing his drinking memoir ‘Orangutan’ which will be published in the US, in the spring of 2009 by Three Rivers Press.
Writer Ellie Cummins’s play The Sacred Sow plays The Rubin Theatre Malastranka May 25th to June 1st. The play has attracted Eileen Pollack, stage and screen actress, in the lead. Ellie has a background as long as your arm in the arts, theatre, touring, short films, music and dance, often radical and challenging. Ellie Cummins has studied theatre, dance, and music and has a BA in English.
How do you access that primal beat? How do you write and get a flow? Where does the spark of inspiration come from? There are very practical ways to get your voice heard.
Check out Colin and Ellie’s workshop and get some answers!
Saturday May 17th 10 am – 4 pm @ Shakespeare & Sons, Krymska 12 – Vrsovice
700 Czech Crowns, students and concessions 300 Czech Crowns
May 2nd, 2008