Scene Study, Impulse and Actions

with Simon Naylor

Manchester

 

This block will take place over 6 weeks, and allow actors to focus on tackling a contemporary script from day-one heading to performance level. Working in intense detail on just one scene, the course will start from researching the play and the world in which it is set, exploring the characters and then using the techniques of Stanislavski, Meisner and more to really hone the actors ability to listen, respond and remain truthful in the space.

 

At the end of the course, actors should have greater understanding of working on play/TV scripts and have gone some way to cementing their own process. In reality, certainly in TV, such a process is essential due to the fast-pace at which things move and with fewer stage-acting training courses than ever, it offers a unique look into the processes needed to succeed. The course will mirror the training at established Drama UK schools across the country and provide an individual training for each actor. As such, no actor will be asked to adopt the process of someone else, but instead, mould and craft their own process using what works best for them.

 

Coaching

HOW MUCH:

£25 per session - £50 deposit required to confirm your place

(Earlybird discount: £125)

 

WHEN:

Monday evenings

6pm - 9:30pm

6th March

13th March

20th March

27th March

3rd April

10th April

 

WHERE:

Classes will run from the studio space at 53two.

 

AVAILABILITY IS EXTREMELY LIMITED!

 

Places are offered on a first-come, first-served basis.

If you are unsuccessful, you will be added to the waiting list.

 

To book a place click on the SIGN UP image or contact us for more info.

 

All actors on the course must agree to work under the terms outlined in the MAP Code of Conduct.

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PLEASE NOTE: The course is a progressive course and work will be done primarily in pairs, running to the model of professional actor training. Whereas we fully appreciate that there are some unavoidable situations, we would ask that students only sign up to this course who can FULLY commit to the full 6 weeks. In missing a week, not only will your work suffer, but your absence will have a detrimental effect on your working partner.