Lizzie Conrad Hughes has been a professional actress since 1995, experiencing everything from student films to West End plays. She began developing cue-scripting in 2013, forming Shake-Scene Shakespeare (May 2017) to develop the technique and its applications for actors and audiences. Shake-scene’s first production was Merchant of Venice (The Cockpit, 3-7 October).
Mark Lockyer 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.
A fun and informative 3 hours! To find out more about Marks teaching go his website themlastudio.com.
Charlie Westenra is a stage director specializing in new writing, political theatre and new British musicals. Her projects in development include; The Wicker Husband by Darren Clark (music and lyrics) and Rhys Jennings (book) which won the inaugural MTI Stiles & Drewe Award; a children’s musical with Oli Jackson (music) and Chris Larner (book and lyrics); Liberty Square, a love story by Tim Sanders (book and lyrics) and Charles Miller (music) and Shaken, a new play by Louise Page and Chris Hawes.
Janet Suzman cut her acting teeth on Peter Hall's quarter centenary RSC season in 1963/4 – The Wars of the Roses. She stayed on with the RSC and played many heroines including Cleopatra, Portia and Rosalind. Janet was Oscar-nominated for Nicholas and Alexandra and worked alongside John Cusack in the film Max.
Zoë Waterman 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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