Lawrence O'Connor Actor Training
Supporting you to develop your skill in being able to 'live truthfully in the given imaginary circumstances', to be able to get to further depth in your work - whether you are a beginner or a seasoned professional.
For those new to training with me you will be introduced to the principles and foundation exercises for developing the skills to reliably get to further depth with yourself, with your scene partner(s) and with the text in order to be able to ‘live truthfully in the given imaginary circumstances’. You may change your idea of what acting is.
For those continuing training, maintain your practise in listening and responding, truthfully in the moment to keep you open and responsive, and stay in good acting shape with a repetition workout in addition to opportunities for additional skills practise of all of the components of the technique as well as being able to bring-in material to work on.
Warm-up and practise of the repetition exercise will typically take place at the beginning of all sessions.
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Freeing the Actor
Spring workshop intensive
For all levels of experience, from complete beginner to seasoned professional.
Led by three, experienced teachers, during the two days of the workshop a supportive space, you will be using movement, voice, Viewpoints, Meisner and Mask techniques to connect-with and act-from your truthful impulse.
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Cost: Pay-what-you-can donation in advance via bank transfer or card.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in participating.
Weekly tuesday drop-ins
Weekly Meisner-based actor training drop-ins for all levels at Fourth Monkey, starting at 6.30pm every Tuesday during term times.
Cost: £20 per session (concessions available). Payable in advance by bank transfer or card.
If you are interested in attending, please email email@example.com
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