lunes, 18 de noviembre de 2013

Theater Demonstration Class November 30th in Buenos Aires

We all need to work towards clear objectives. First the group appears. They get to know each other limbering up body, voice and soul. Then the story appears. 

"Dramatic literature requires a responsiveness, not just of mind,but of the whole body," says S.W.Dawson, "so that the whole work realize itself."

At one point it becomes necessary to invite  spectators--that's how actors measure their achievements,that is the objective--to test their achievements in front of an audience.

Most of the participants in our demonstration class of theatre in English have had little or no previous acting experience. They have joined the workshop to improve their language and learn creative techniques.

If this idea attracts you, why not drop by 2444 Mendoza street in Buenos Aires at 4pm november 30th! There will be drama games and improvisations and we will present two short plays we have been working on this year.

"An inspectors calls," by J.B.Priestley about a working class girl who killed herself after having difficuties with eac member of the Birling family.

"A Blind Date," a comedy about why might go wrong when you go out with someone you don't know.


martes, 5 de noviembre de 2013

The Hopkins Theatre Workshop announces two free demonstration classes November 30th and December 7th at 4pm, 2444 Mendoza street near Cabildo avenue in Buenos Aires. There will be warm up drills and drama games followed by the presentation of two plays the students have been working on:

1) "An Inspector Calls," an abreviated version of the play by Priestley, about an inspector who investigates the moral responsability of a family in the suicide of a working worman.

2) "A Blind Date," a comedy. What happens when a rather conventional engineer goes on a blind date with an actress whose refined tastes differ sharply from those of the builder of sky scrapers?

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