Actors learn from various sources, but only the most resonant lessons come together to become the foundation of an actor’s oeuvre. The Foundation Skills for Acting workshop series is specially curated to build the basic core of an actor’s craft. The ultimate aim is to build a strong base that can be adapted to any context, performance or stage by getting participants to work with voice, body and imagination in the safe space of a workshop.
This September, we bring you an FSA that focuses on Story & the Character.
About the Instructor: Neeraj Shirvaikar
MA(Theatre Arts) Academy of Theatre Arts, University of Mumbai
Neeraj has been onstage for more than a decade, most notably under Sai Paranjpye’s direction in the play Sakkhe Shejari. He assisted Vijay Kenkre on the Marathi stage for several productions. His directorial debut Danton’s Death – an Awishkar production – was critically acclaimed by Mumbai audiences. Neeraj also teaches the 12th grade IB Diploma Programme in Theatre Arts at Hillspring International School. Neeraj’s work is influenced by practices of Augusto Boal, Konstantin Stanislavsky and Antonin Artaud’s Theatre of Cruelty.
- Introduction to realism
- Character psychology
- Imperfections & nuances of character
- Creating memorable performances
Dates: 19th to 24th September 2016
Time: 6.30pm to 9.30pm
Venue: 5th floor, Mumbai Marathi Sahitya Sangh, Girgaon, Charni Road East, Mumbai.
Fees: Rs. 6000/-
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