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mars 2019

Fun with Voice Acting (2 mars 2019)

sam 2 mars à 10h00 - 14h00
Cathédrale américaine de Paris, 23, avenue George V
Paris, 75008 France
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sinatra

Hope is a versatile actor whose voice has been heard in commercials, video games, animation, institutional films and audiobooks. Drawing from her training in classical and children’s theater and her experience in audio acting, Hope takes students on a tour of their voices and the ways our acting must change when we can’t be seen! We will explore character creation, voice placement, accents, movement behind the microphone and we’ll talk a little about sound editing too! Students will get to…

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avril 2019

Women Playwrights – co-taught by Irish actress and playwright Hannah Coyle (27 avril 2019)

sam 27 avril à 10h00 - 14h00
Cathédrale américaine de Paris, 23, avenue George V
Paris, 75008 France
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Hannah Coyle

Despite changing consciousness in society, male playwrights continue to be more often published, and even contemporary plays have more diverse roles for men. Come and join us to discover texts written in English by women for women! Best of all, we will be joined by Irish actress and playwright Hannah Coyle, whose play And Then Begin Again, a gathering five different woman on the cusp of changing their lives, was performed in Paris last spring. Ever been frustrated having to…

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mai 2019

Shakespeare Comedy (18 mai 2019)

sam 18 mai à 10h00 - 14h00
Cathédrale américaine de Paris, 23, avenue George V
Paris, 75008 France
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portrait de william shakespeare

An exploration of Shakespeare’s comedic monologues and duologues for theater enthusiasts and beginners alike. Come discover old jokes that are still funny by one of the greatest playwrights of all time. Shakespeare writes for the intellectual and for the commoner and his jokes run from complex wordplay to downright bawdy. Not sure how to make sense of Shakespeare’s words? How do you pronounce it? What does it mean? Don’t worry we will cover that too! Through the Old English, Shakespeare’s…

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