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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"An exceptional man of the theatre. The range of his work is enviable and those with whom he has worked and his achievements speak for themselves. He has demonstrated the highest qualities of direction and producing . He has won the respect of my students for whom the collaboration he led was an unmitigated triumph. He shows the key quality of a modern teacher and artist: the capacity to understand the needs of others, motivate and inspire them and bring a team, working in harmony and to the highest standards, to fruitful and acclaimed success."
Ian Brown, Dean of the Faculty of Arts
Queen Margaret University, Scotland

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