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 in a workshop led by Shy Magsalin, director of Sydney based theatre company Ninefold and member of the International Suzuki Company of Toga.
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 deepen the connection between the participants’ imaginations and their bodies.
This unique and rare opportunity will ultimately teach students, teachers and artists how to get to the soul of their acting.
Separate workshops available for students and teachers/artists. Limited capacity per workshop – book early!
Schools workshop 11am- Year group recommendation: Year 11- 12
Teachers/Artists Workshop 6:30pm- The age recommendation for this event is for Teachers/Artists over 16 years of age
Riverside Theatres is registered with the NSW Government as a COVID Safe venue. Our COVID Safe plan was developed in line with federal and state government health guidelines, and following consultation with Live Performance Australia, other NSW venues, and various government bodies, on enhanced health, hygiene and safety measures. These measures include: reduced audience capacity; social distancing; mandatory masks; Service NSW QR code registration check in; extra cleaning; increased sanitisation of high-touch surfaces; the provision of hand sanitiser, anti-bacterial wipes and hand washing facilities throughout the venue; traffic management plans to alleviate congestion in public spaces; and dedicated COVID Safe Hygiene Marshals.
Please review our Patron Safety Information before you visit us at Riverside.
It is also important that if you are unwell you stay home, we have updated our ticket conditions and our Box Office team are available to talk through your exchange and refund options. You can contact the Box Office on 02 8839 3399 or email BoxOffice_Riverside@cityofparramatta.nsw.gov.au
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SUITABLE FOR YEARS 11 – 12
According to the exemption under the public health order (COVID 19 Restrictions on Gathering and Movement) Order (No 7) 2020 (NSW) under the Public Health Act 2010 (NSW), issued on February 1 2021, organised groups who enter a premises as part of a school, child care, aged care or disability group are not required to provide the premises with contact details of every person in their group. This is subject to the following conditions:
- It is duty of the group organiser (teacher or carer) to keep an electronic record of the entire group and their contact details for 28 days after the event.
- The group organiser must provide the premises (Riverside Theatres) with at least two contacts to make available to NSW Health.
Curriculum Links and Resources
Download the Curriculum Links here: Suzuki Method of Actor Workshop Curriculum Links
For further information and to book please contact our Education Booking Coordinator on 8839 3308 or email email@example.com, or fill in our Schools Bookings Form here.
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