Discover and experiment the elements you need to create a consistent and truthful character
Based on the Stanislavski System, the workshops happens in person four times a year.
By exploring and experimenting the elements an actor needs to build a character, the aim is to enable you to find in the scene the information you need to create a truthful, believable and consistent character under the circumstances of the story.
During the workshop we will investigate:
– What is a character?
– What constitutes a character?
– How to find the elements that constitute a character ?
– How to incorporate those elements into my acting?
15th of April (Friday)
10am to 5pm | Central London (Venue TBC)
– 10am to 1pm: first part
– 1pm to 1:45: lunch break
– 2pm to 5pm: second part
What will we work on?
– Script Analysis
– Character exercises
– Scene study
– “Rehearsals and performance” of the scene
What to bring?
– Printed copy of the script
– Pencils, pens and highlighters
– Bottle of water
– Shoes you think are suitable for your character
– Any element of clothing/prop (hat, jacket, scarf, cigarette,etc) you think constitute the personality of your character.