Actioning and Impulse Workshop
📣📣📣 WORKSHOP ANNOUNCEMENT 📣📣📣
We are excited to welcome Simon Trinder to Edinburgh Acting School in March for a one off evening workshop.
Simon has worked as an actor since 2000 and is the artistic director of London training centre, ICAT www.icat.actor. The first actor to play Puck at Shakespeare’s Globe with Mark Rylance, he has spent most of his career at the RSC where he won the Clarence Derwent Award and played alongside Judi Dench, Ian McKellen, Antony Sher and Simon Russell Beale. He has spent the last 6 years on prime time television (Ordinary Lies, The Hollow Crown, Vera, The Good Karma Hospital, Wolfblood, Katy and more) and is currently playing Banzai in The Lion King UK tour at the Edinburgh Playhouse.
Masterclass: Actioning and Impulse Date: Monday 23rd March Times: 7.00pm-9.30pm (registration from 6.30pm) Cost: £17.50 per person Venue: The Melting Pot, Rose Street, Edinburgh
The backbone of any performance. This workshop provides a genuine, industry respected toolkit straightaway. We learn how 'the actors art is the art of action', how to make full and truthful contact with another person and create a specific and dynamic performance that remains free so you can play differently every time. We can also tap into some impulse exercises Learn the freedom enhancing approach of legendary theatre director; Mike Alfreds led by Simon who has worked with Mike extensively since 2000. Afraid or bored of actioning? No need, this approach is practical, repeatable and like the title of Mikes book, allows you to be ‘Different Every Night’. This will leave you with the core of a rock solid approach to the craft. Oscar winner Mark Rylance names Mike as the 'best acting teacher in the world'. Growth is guaranteed!
‘SIMON IS A GIFTED AND INSPIRING TEACHER!’ Mike Alfreds
‘TRINDER FILLS THE RSC’S SPLENDID SWAN THEATRE STAGE WITH COMPLETE ASSURANCE’ Michael Portillo
'SIMON TRINDER IS THE RSC'S NEW SECRET WEAPON WHEN IT COMES TO COMEDY' Daily Mail
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