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Acting Your Truth

Tutor: Jonathan Brown
Location: Evolution Arts, 2 Sillwood Terrace, Brighton BN1 2LR
Next start dates:
Wednesday 31 January 2018 


Playing in many areas including script, movement, physical, character and improvised theatre.  With playful exercises, these sessions will stretch your acting muscles and offer new ways to play, to create and to perform.  Come and develop your palette and tools, play with a broader set of choices, and find more freedom to act, both on stage, and in life.

We will work toward a smorgasboard of pieces that can be showcased at the end of the course to interested friends and family. 
 

About the tutor

Jonathan is an experienced teacher and group facilitator, and has been teaching theatre, both with the WEA, and independently for over 10 years.

Since 2007, his theatre company has won and been nominated in most of the available prize categories at the Brighton Fringe, and his one-person show training course has led to an Argus Angel Award for two participants, and his mentoring of a Best New Play nominee.

Jonathan is Artistic Director of Something Underground Theatre Company:
    • Winner: Best New Play Award, Brighton Fringe 2012  (Jonathan Brown, The Last Lunch).
    • Shortlisted:  Best New Play Award, Brighton Fringe 2013 (Jonathan Brown, The Silent Stream)
    • Winner: Best Male Performer, Brighton Fringe 2013 (Jonathan Brown, The Silent Stream)
    • Winner: Best Female Performer, Brighton Fringe 2014 (K Goodfellow, Smoking Ban, written & directed by JB)
    • Nominated:   Best Female Performer,Brighton Fringe 2013 (Rachel Guershon for Betsy: Wisdom of a Brighton Whore, written and directed by JB)
 

Testimonials

“Jonathan is an exceptionally capable teacher. He has a rare gift for really seeing a person, listening intently to what they have to say, telling them that one thing they really need to hear so they can understand their inhibitions and really dig deep to release their creativity.”
Hana Fazal, 2016
 
“Jonathan has given me the courage to rediscover the performer in me, after a number of years doing other things. Some of it is challenging and all of it is fun.” Claire Dalkin May 2015