Mark is an Actor, writer and acting coach shares some practical insights on speaking Shakespeare and how to be a detective to find the clues to help you. 35 years of classical acting, he shares his knowledge gleaned from years at the RSC working with Cicely berry, Greg Doran and Adrian Noble.
Catherine is an award-winning actor, writer and director, who has worked extensively in theatre, TV and film, and on radio on Arts programmes such as Poetry Please, Words and Music, and the long-running series Tongue and Talk: The Dialect Poets, which she co-produces. A visiting professor of Shakespeare Studies at the University of Niagara, she has taught at drama schools including Central, Guildhall and Mountview. She also co-runs the Poetry Group at the Actors Centre with Peter Kenny.
Zoe was Associate Director of the New Vic Theatre, 2018-2019. Theatre includes: The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, Shining City, The Bogus Woman (Theatre by the Lake); Intemperance, Table, Playhouse Creatures, The Kitchen Sink (New Vic Theatre); Dick Whittington, Sleeping Beauty (Theatr Clwyd); The Rubenstein Kiss, Amy’s View (Nottingham Playhouse).
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