Sunday 4 June
2.00pm to 5.00pm
Glenn Quinn, Kyahl Anderson & Richard Sarell
In a three hour session this Sunday explore a diverse range of techniques for being a free and playful actor. Assess the issues that block your playfulness and find a path to freedom.
"At The Rehearsal Room ... I was able to quickly overcome my long held misconceptions about what acting is and was ushered into a place of freedom, spontaneity and connection with the scene." March 2009
Throughout the history of acting tools that create a character are complicated and vague. These new techniques will enable you to create a believable character quickly. Managing character choices efficiently is the key to being an effective TV actor. You can learn to do it in seconds.
You can learn a scene that could give you the opportunity to try the techniques.
A stimulating range of options explored in a short time frame
Experience the exciting vibe this new venue has.
If you are new to The Rehearsal Room this is a great opportunity to find out about these highly productive techniques and test out how they work for you.
It has to be fun.
Richard first discovered the core values of this technique when he was directing drama at the ABC in Melbourne in 1984. In an actor/director workshop run by the marvelous teacher Murray Hutchinson a simple, clear and common sense approach to Constantine Stanislavski’s theories was explained. Richard was captivated by the wonderful practicality of this approach and immediately started exploring it. He also began using it as the foundation of his directing techniques.
These techniques have been taught to hundreds of actors and now two of them (GLENN QUINN and KYAHL ANDERSON) are going to share their insights with you. Their understanding, skill and ability to share their views will make this a diverse and unique experience. Three different points of view with one voice.
Learn skills you will use throughout your career. Learn to be real, to be versatile, to be a great listener and to be skilled in auditions.
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