Classical Training Conference 2011

  • Conference 1

    Royal Shakespeare Company voice coaches Charlotte Hughes D'aeth and Stephen Kemble at the RSC's Classical Training Conference in September 2011.

  • Conference 2

    From left to right: Journalist John Peter, Director Aileen Gonsalves and Matthew Lloyd, then Director of the Actors Centre.

  • Conference 3

    David Smukler, of York University, Toronto, with Cicely Berry, the RSC's Director of Voice.

     

     

  • Conference 4

    Royal Shakespeare Company Chief Associate Director Gregory Doran.

  • Conference 6

    RSC actor Scott Handy at the Classical Traning Conference.

  • Conference 7

    Royal Shakespeare Company Voice Coach Charlotte Hughes-D'aeth, RSC's Head of Text, Voice and Artist Development Lyn Darnley and Holly Kendrick, Director of the National Student Drama festival.

  • Conference 8

    Student actors taking part in a restoration workshop at the Classical Training Conference.

  • Conference 9

    Student actors taking part in a restoration workshop at the Classical Training Conference.

  • Conference 10

    The Royal Shakespeare Company's Director of Voice and Text, Cicely Berry, running a workshop at the Classical Training Conference, September 2011.

  • Conference 11

    The audience moving on stage with actress Penny Downie (centrestage in black) during a workshop at the Classical Training Conference.

  • Conference 12

    Polish workshop with Theatre Zar.

  • Conference 13

    Polish workshop with Theatre Zar.

  • Conference 14

    FellSwoop Theatre perform their original stage adaptation of Sylvian Chomet's Academy Award-winning animated film, Belleville Rendez-vous.

    They performed at the Classical Training Conference as the winners of the International Student Drama Festival (NSDF) Edinburgh Emerging Artists' Competition.

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