This course is one of our most popular, focusing specifically on use of voice and approaches to text.
This course will give you an immersive experience in the text and voice work that is a key part of our artistic work with actors, as they go through the process of understanding and owning Shakespeare’s language.
Over two days you will explore the complexities of the language physically and vocally, uncovering the practical help offered to the actor by the structures, sounds, rhythms and rhetoric embedded throughout the plays.
The work will refresh your ideas and extend your repertoire of teaching approaches when working with young people. This may suit drama, performing arts and English teachers looking to extend and challenge their students.
Please wear comfortable clothing.
DATE, TIMINGS AND VENUE
Friday 1 December 2017, 10am-4pm. plus ticket to see evening performance of A Christmas Carol; and
Saturday 2 December, 2017: 9.30am-3.30pm.
The Clore Learning Centre, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire
£260 (Members); £275 (Non-Members) including a ticket to see A Christmas Carol.
THE COURSE ALSO INCLUDES:
- A resource pack of activities to use in the classroom
- The support of an experienced RSC practitioner
- Lunch on both days
- A ticket to see A Christmas Carol on Friday 1 December
SUITABILITY AND HOW TO BOOK
Suitable for any drama, performing arts or English teachers.
To book, call the Education Ticket Hotline on 01789 403434. This line is answered by a specialist education team available from 8.30am-5pm Monday to Friday during UK term time.