Sounding Shakespeare

Sounding Shakespeare Workshop - Los Angeles and Santa Barbara

Sounding Shakespeare

Sounding Shakespeare Workshop - Los Angeles and Santa Barbara

Emphasis on the connection between sound and meaning in Shakespeare. After a sensitizing process, students "sound" the text, putting on Shakespeare's "vocal mask" in order to discover and connect the palpable emotional life.  Based on the work of Kristin Linklater. Exercises, monologues, scenes.

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"Throughout his work with the PSO he exercised his exceptional taste, knowledge and expertise in both the fields of drama and music. Working closely with Peter was among the most personally enjoyable and rewarding experiences I've had in my long tenure with the (Pittsburgh) Symphony. Whether partnering on selecting repertoire, writing and editing scripts, or brainstorming the complex elements that made these evenings memorable, I always found Peter to be a great co-worker, a warm and compassionate leader, and a man of broad knowledge and impeccable taste. He left a remarkable legacy at the CMU Drama School."
Robert Moir, Vice-President for Artistic Planning
Pittsbugh Symphony Orchestra

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