Acting: Shakespeare - Evening Course (Mon/Wed) Summer Term 2020
This practical introductory course will enable you to gain the skills to read the acting signals that Shakespeare built into his plays and show you how to make interpretative choices.
discover how to bring heightened language to life in performance
explore Shakespeare’s characters, language and rhythms
rehearse and present a Shakespearean monologue
work with a scene partner on a Shakespearean duologue
The Course is For.....
Those that are new to studying Shakespeare
Anyone that's already taken Acting: An Introduction
Anyone that's completed equivalent beginner level acting classes elsewhere
Those with experience of Shakespeare who want to brush up their Shakespeare skills
On completion of the course, you may want to consider applying for another specialist short course, such as Voice for Performance - An Introduction, or Central’s Acting - Classical, MA or Acting - Contemporary, MA.
Times: Mondays & Wednesdays, 7.00pm - 9.30pm for 8 weeks. The course consists of 16 sessions in total. Please note there is no session on Bank Holiday Monday 25th May but there is an additional class on Monday 15th June instead.
Age: Minimum age is 18 on the first day of the course. No upper age limit.
Language requirements: Applicants must be confident speaking and reading English to a conversational level (IELTS score of 7.0 or equivalent). Please note, you will be expected to read texts/scripts that may have advanced vocabulary in them on this course.
Maximum class size: 16
Attendance: Due to the structure of the courses, and the collaborative nature of acting, full attendance is required.
Concessionary rate: A £100 discount is available to those that are in receipt of UK benefits for either disability or unemployment. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with evidence of eligibility and you'll be sent a promotional code to input during booking.
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