The Actors Centre is delighted to announce its October – December workshop season, featuring over one hundred workshops, comprising innovative new additions and the return of members’ favourites.
For the final season of 2019, we are thrilled to partner with THE OLD VIC 12, which will see current participants of the scheme deliver workshops on writing, movement, acting, producing and directing. We are also proud to have SONY on board once more as a season sponsor, running a series of camera workshops using new state-of-the-art SONY camera equipment.
Speaking about the launch of the new season, Workshop Programme Manager Lauren McGee said: “Our October – December season is a genre-spanning bumper that will offer members the opportunity to work across a range of disciplines with some of the industry’s leading practitioners.
“This season, we are very excited to have THE OLD VIC 12 on board as a Season Partner. Now in its fourth year, THE OLD VIC 12 nurtures and develops the next generation of theatre practitioners so it is an honour to have current participants delivering cutting-edge workshops at the Centre.
“We encourage all our members to try something new this season. As well as those workshops that will directly enhance your work, seek out those unexplored genres that can challenge and reinvigorate your methods in new and exciting ways.”
Alongside THE OLD VIC 12 and SONY workshops, the October – December season will also feature workshops on conditioning for performers, transitioning from musical theatre to screen, stage and screen combat and a host of practitioner-based masterclasses from Stanislavski to Lecoq.
We are also running a series of free workshops with the British Association for Performing Arts Medicine, covering wellbeing and mental health in the creative industries, alongside free staff drop-in on finance, marketing and memberships.
To explore the full programme, please click here.
To find out more information about our 48 hour members sale, taking place today and tomorrow (17 & 18 September), please click here.
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