Student training in classical acting. (Ages 13-22) Through the words on the page to the lives on the stage.
Time & Location
Jul 24, 1:00 PM – Aug 04, 6:00 PM
SOL THEATER, 3333 N Federal Hwy, Boca Raton, FL 33431, USA
About the event
Students meet at an accessible theater location in Boca Raton and train to do Shakespeare in an intensive 10-day workshop. Professional actors conduct master classes teaching the principles of vocal projection, diction, text analysis, verse management, character portrayal and self-staging techniques. The group of a maximum 20 students showcases their development as classical actors with a staged reading of scenes from Shakespeare open to the public. Students plunge into a workshop of wonder, discovering in daily, 5-hour sessions, how to embody the stories of the world’s greatest poet and playwright.
The program is led by Shakespeare Troupe Founder, Peter W. Galman and fellow teaching artists of Shakespeare Troupe of South Florida who specialize in classical voice, movement and music. The novice classic actor is given a perspective on the belief systems of ancient cultures and social engineering of the Renaissance through which is found a connection to life today. Each student will take away a classic monologue to use in auditions. For High School Seniors auditioning this Fall for college conservatory programs that require a classical monologue, this workshop would be especially useful. Family and friends may appreciate a performance on the final day.
INSTRUCTORS: Peter W. Galman, Christian Cooper
ENROLLMENT SUBJECT TO ACCEPTANCE THROUGH AUDITION or SELF-TAPE SUBMISSION
TUITION: 10-day workshop, $250
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SPONSORED BY: Cultural Council of Palm Beach County