Three days exploring narrative and character work on stage with Elisabeth Clarke-Hasters
22-24 September, 2017
Since the dawn of time, human beings have loved stories. This workshop examines various methods of creating a character and constructing a coherent story for it. It will show the ‘dramatic curve’, how to keep your audience invested in your character, and the danger of ‘too many ideas’. Using methods adapted from acting and intuitive movement, in this workshop you will understand that the end of a story is contained in its beginning.
This workshop is designed for artists of all physical disciplines, and open to any level.
Price – Early bird: 75€ On the door: 100€
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Born in the U.S., she has been living in Europe for over 40 years. A dancer, actress, choreographer and teacher, she has worked with, among others, Pina Bausch and Maurice Bejart, at major opera houses and theatres throughout Europe. She has worked for many years in the field of arts education, and after training as a life coach, is developing a coaching programme especially designed for artists.