Scene Study with Kate Twa & Guests
Where: Tempest Theatre 125 Eckhardt Ave E., Penticton
Starting with the fundamentals of text analysis, research, and ethics during rehearsal, actors will explore their craft in daring new ways using classical training and original techniques created in Kate Twa's Ensemble Scene Study classes. Learn how to connect safely to emotional depth and develop a clear guide to creating complex scenes and rich, multilayered characters.
This is a workout class designed to teach actors how to break down their scenes and rehearse in efficient and imaginative ways. Through a variety of active, non-intellectual exercises such as regression and animal work, students will be encouraged to throw away preconceived ideas and trust the magic of impulse to make organic discoveries. An excellent opportunity to boost your work, get out of your head and on your feet!
**Actors will be required to prepare some work before class begins. This way, you will get the most out of your time with Kate.
**Schedule depending, this class will continue throughout Spring and Summer 2020
Spring Intensive with Kate Twa
Where: Tempest Theatre and Film Society - 125 Eckhardt Ave East Penticton, BC
When: Monday, April 20 to Sunday, May 3
Time: 10am to 6pm (*Please be advised these hours may change during tech *Actors will need to prepare for the class and rehearse during it)
Presentations: April 30, May 1, 2, 3, 2020
Deposit Deadline: March 27, 2020
Once you are accepted into class, a $300 non-refundable deposit is required.
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The Classic. Kate Twa has been teaching this innovative and transformative Intensive for over 20 years. Developed with actors for actors, this immersive experience demands vigilance and courage as actors are guided by Kate’s vision and unrelenting belief in your artistic capabilities.
Now, in Tempest’s black box environment, the hours are even longer, requiring the type of artistic endurance that hits the refresh button. Actors will come to act. We will examine our craft and expand it, revealing deeper, more profound aspects of ourselves and our art.
To cap off the experience, scenes will be presented on Tempest’s stage for our second annual Spring Fling Presentation.