Suzuki Method of Actor Training: Workshop

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Suzuki Method of Actor Training: Workshop


Venue

Dates

28 March 2019

Event Type

Live Event

Riverside presents Ninefold
SUZUKI METHOD OF ACTOR TRAINING: WORKSHOP

Explore a highly physical approach to acting and stage presence through the rigour and discipline of the Suzuki Method of Actor Training with Sydney based theatre company Ninefold and member of the International Suzuki Company of Toga, Shy Magsalin.

Developed by renowned theatre director Tadashi Suzuki, the Suzuki Method of Actor Training serves to strengthen an actor’s physical and vocal sensibilities, developing a highly articulate body capable of expressing and communicating with power and precision. It comprises of six basic physical exercises to train the actor and address problems that arise in performance.

The workshop will focus on the importance of breath, energy, the centre of gravity and stillness in performance, as well as deepening the connection between the participants’ imaginations and their bodies.

This unique and rare opportunity will ultimately teach participants how to get to the soul of their acting. Limited capacity per workshop – book early!


Dates & Times:

Schools Workshop
Thursday 28 March at 1pm

Adults Workshop (for Artists, Teachers and Practitioners)
Thursday 28 March at 6:30pm


Photo by Alinta Burton

SUITABLE FOR YEARS 11 – 12

CURRICULUM LINKS AND RESOURCES

Download the curriculum links here: Suzuki Method of Actor Training Workshop Curriculum Links

SCHOOLS BOOKINGS

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ACCESS

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Ticket Options

Student/Teacher $30
Transaction fees apply
School Bookings $3.30

Duration

2 hours (No break)


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