This 4-hour workshop will be a rigorous introduction to some movement- and body-based techniques to heighten the actor's use of the body in theatrical art. Participants will learn preparatory vocal and physical forms ('warm ups') for individuals and an ensemble. In addition, the group will play within structured improvisations to increase the actor's conscious use of space, time, and physical form.
Brendan McCall is an American theater and choreographic artist. His work as a director, actor, and choreographer has been performed in over 20 countries since 1993, most recently directing the world-premiere of Marilyn/God (Norway) and Ghostmachine (The Netherlands), his adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's play 'Gengangere.' He has taught movement-based acting education for 15 years at such institutions as the Yale School of Drama, New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, and the New School for Drama, among others. Mr. McCall has lived full time in Oslo since June 2008, where he is the Director of The International Theater Academy Norway (TITAN), a full-time theater conservatory combining artistic craft with practical entrepreneurship. BFA with Honors, New York University's Experimental Theater Wing, MFA, Bennington College.
WHEN AND WHERE
Saturday 5th of December from 1pm-5pm - Španski borci, Zaloška 61, Ljubljana, SI
Application and additional information: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Workshop is free of charge.
In collaboration with: En Knap / Španski borci
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