How do we preserve the freedom and ease of our rehearsal discoveries in the pressurized context of a live audition?
How do we generate playfulness and spontaneity in this competitive, artificial environment?
We will work with the four brothers, triplicity/creative frame and the architecture of performance to support your creative individuality . We will pay particular attention to your identified ,specific blocks/freezes and difficulties in the audition context.
We will look at the ‘how’ of translating the directors instructions into images, colours and spontaneous impulses that you can act
Our purpose is to strengthen your grasp of the Chekhov tools – breath ,ease and relaxation -enabling you maintain the lightness and grace of your work under pressure.
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Max Hafler , Chekhov Teacher and author of ‘Teaching Voice’ and ‘What Country friends is this? – directing Shakespeare with young people. both books published by Nick Hern Books.
and Declan Drohan Senior Lecturer at ATU Sligo , Chekhov Teacher and co Artistic Director of Chekhov Training and Performance Ireland