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Love The One You're (Acting) With

Tutor: Andrew Allen 

Location: Evolution Arts, 2 Sillwood Terrace, Brighton & Hove BN1 2LR
Next date: Sunday 10th June 2018 

Often we are told how to improve our acting through voice, characterisation, and physicality. This is all vital and necessary, yet ignores the very important factor that make our performing lives so much easier: one another.

So much of a performer’s story comes from the people around them. You share the stage with geniuses, Gods and Goddesses. In this empowering and involving workshop, you will utilise skills in listening and response so that you can rip up the script, dig beneath the text, and treat the words with a healthy (lack of) respect. Using a variety of acting exercises, improv techniques, and sharp, focussed games, we will engender a positive and encouraging environment in which each performer – beginner or experienced – is given the confidence to create their own work and play a whole range of characters. Want to be a better actor? Make everyone else look brilliant ...

 

Photos by Matthew Swan

About the tutor

Andrew (Cast Iron Theatre, Iron Clad Imrov) is an experienced director and workshop leader. He regularly produces an evening of new writing at the DukeBox Theatre. Previous credits include THE SNOW QUEEN, FOUR PLAY, ART, MEDEA and KVETCH. 
 

Testimonials

‘The class has allowed me to come out of my shell and increase my confidence in a safe and supportive environment. Andrew is a great teacher keeping the pace up and ensuring lots of laughs are had. You can guarantee that everything you perform will be unique and brilliant” (LC)

“Exceptionally fun session .. very good balance of teaching and being on stage to experiment, too .. (Andrew is) good at being sensitive in constructive criticism .. I really value these sessions as I always laugh so hard!” (TP)

“Top tutor, high quality of students to work with, plenty of hands on time on your feet.  I came here to have fun, to learn, meet people – tick, tick, tick: all boxes checked.” (PW)