1) Work with Luke McGregor on a comedy scene
You will be paired up with another actor and be given a scene to play with during the workshop.
2) QnA with Luke McGregor
Richard Sarell and Luke will have a chat about what makes Luke's comedy tick. There will be a chance for a few questions from the audience too.
3) Spend time with the Rehearsal Room team working on your scene
Richard and Kyahl will both work with actors throughout the afternoon in conjunction with Luke.
THIS IS FOR YOU IF...
- You don't have the trust in yourself to be funny
- You feel you don't know how to be funny
- You are experienced with comedy looking for a fresh perspective on comedy
- You have little experience in comedy and want to learn more
IF YOU DON’T HAVE THESE SKILLS …
- You have much less chance of standing out from the crowd
- TOTALLY realistic performances could well elude you
- Auditions will be scary rather than fun
- You won’t be in charge of your performance.
Luke McGregor started his stand up comedy career in Tasmania in 2007 when he entered the raw comedy competition after one of the contestants didn’t show up. Since then he has gone from strength to strength, performing sold out seasons at international comedy festivals and developing critically acclaimed content for the ABC.
2017 saw Luke return to stand up with sell-out seasons of his brand new solo show "Almost Fixed It" in Adelaide, Brisbane, and Melbourne, as well as seeing Luke back writing/co-starring in Rosehaven.
Richard first discovered the core values of this acting technique when he was directing drama at the ABC in Melbourne in 1984. Since then he has continued to explore and expand the understandings that evolved from these simple beginnings. He has found these techniques produce high quality performances for drama as well as comedy.
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