An introduction to Shakespeare – theater workshop (February 17th 2018)
17 février de 10h00 à 14h00
Paris, 75008 France
“Oh no, it’s Shakespeare!” – The great playwright for all levels
An introduction to Shakespeare for amateur theater enthusiasts and beginners alike: how do we make sense of Shakespeare’s words? How do you pronounce it? What does it mean? Through the Old English, Shakespeare’s themes are modern and universal. We will focus on finding the depth of emotion through the language and bringing the timeless drama and comedy to life.
Drawn to the bard, do not be afeared…hie thee to sign up! (Or contact the teacher with all your questions in modern English)
A good level in English is advised!
Whether you are French or a foreigner in Paris, whether you are a native English speaker or not, Hope’s classes are a great way to practice theater in English in Paris. Her classes are certainly fun, but rigorous as well, a testimony to her double training in the US (at the Atlantic Acting School) and in France (at Les Enfants Terribles). I found Hope to be a very competent teacher, using in-depth acting methods. Benevolence is at the heart of her classes. She thinks benevolence and positive criticism are genuinely the best way to lead students to great heights in acting. She offers two types of workshops. The first class welcomes students of all levels, including beginners, on a trimester basis, with the preparation of a short performance at the end of the term. The second workshop is for people with some acting experience who are looking for a troupe experience. It is a full-year commitment and the troupe performs a full-length play in June.
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