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Warszawa. Kurs online Monologi w Technice Meisnera z Simonem Furnessem

Simon Furness znany polskim aktorom od 2013 roku dzięki jego wizytom w warszawskim Laboratorium Meisnera poprowadzi 6 dniowy kurs, który ma pomóc aktorom i aspirującym aktorom w pracy nad monologiem - informują organizatorzy.

Zapraszamy na kurs Monologi w Technice Meisner Online z Simonem Furness (The Actors Temple/Londyn)

Simon Furness znany polskim aktorom od 2013 roku dzięki jego wizytom w warszawskim Laboratorium Meisnera poprowadzi 6 dniowy kurs, który ma pomóc aktorom i aspirującym aktorom w pracy nad monologiem.

O Simonie: meisneractingonline.com/simon-furness/

Kurs będzie odbywał się w języku angielskim, w kameralnym gronie maksymalnie 8 aktorów, na platformie Zoom.

W pierwszej kolejności studenci będą krótko wprowadzeni tematykę czym jest monolog a następnie zostaną poprowadzeni przez proces pisania i mówienie 3 monologów. Pierwszy z nich będzie historią z ich życia, drugi będzie miał swój początek w prawdziwym wydarzeniu a w trzecim opowiedzą historię wyobrażoną, ale im bliską. Ten sposób pracy pokaże jak naturalnie a jednocześnie emocjonalnie można powiedzieć tekst o sobie, zarówno ten o czymś co wydarzyło się naprawdę jak i ten wymyślony. Ta autentyczność i brak wysiłku przy mówieniu pierwszych trzech tekstów, będzie fundamentem do pracy podczas 4-6 dniu kursu, gdzie aktorzy zmierzą się z monologami wybranymi dla nich z tomiku poezji autorstwa Edgara Lee Mastera "Epitafia ze Spoon River"

Więcej o kursie pod linkiem: https://meisneractingonline.com/monologue-work-in-meisner-technique/

Cena: 210 GBP

DATY: 18 / 20/ 22 /25 /27/ 28 maj, w godzinach 18.45-22.15 oraz 17 maj, godz. 19, krótka sesja zapoznawcza na platformie Zoom (nieobligatoryjna dla tych, którzy znają platformę)

Zgłoszenia przyjmujemy na syl@meisneractingonline.com

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Monologue Work in Meisner Technique

This 6 day course led by Simon Furness is designed to help actors when they're asked to perform monologues for theatre and film castings online and in person. Since 2013 Simon Furness led 6 short courses in Poland invited to teach Polish actors by Laboratorioum Meisnera, now we want to invite you to participate in his ONLINE course.

More about the teacher: meisneractingonline.com/simon-furness/

8 participants only. Application deadline 17th May, 1pm.

We will first of all enable you to understand what a monologue actually is and it's role historically in theatre and film. In terms of practical work, we will begin with words written and spoken aloud by you so that you experience the feeling of ease in this form, before taking on the challenge of speaking words written by someone else. In this latter phase, you'll learn how to build a bridge' between the text and yourself, so the words you utter will come from the most authentic and organic part of your nature. The course will consist of: 6 classes online + a video explaining how to prepare for the 1st and the 4th days of the course (this will be sent to students in advance of class, and you'll keep the access to the video after the course).

The first part of the course involves students writing three short monologues which range from a literal and factual account of a past event to a fictional one which will look and feel just as 'truthful' theatrically as the literal one. For the text-based part of the course, you'll be working on monologues assigned to you by the teacher.

COURSE OUTLINE

Day 0 - We will send you a video introducing the teacher and the course and setting out the first monologue assignment for Day 1.

Day 1 - Introduction: what is a Monologue? Listening to and offering feedback on the first monologue assignment. Homework: second monologue assignment.

Day 2 - listening to and offering feedback on the second monologue assignment (see homework above). Homework: third monologue assignment.

Day 3 - Listening to and offering feedback on the third monologue assignment. A video will be sent to students outlining how to approach a contemporary monologue text written by another. The texts will be went separately by email. Students bring the text (unlearned but read) to class.

Day 4 - Analysing the text, using practical tools to help the student make another's words 'their own'. Homework: practising and absorbing the tools of analysis.

Day 5 - Continuing the work begun in Day 4 to 'bridge' the 'gap' between the actor and the text by using the tools introduced in Day 4. Homework: preparation of the monologues for the final day.

Day 6 - Final look at the monologues with feedback offered.

We will be working on ZOOM.US which is free to download for participants. We have chosen this platform because it can offer an experience similar to working face to face owing to its functions.

PRICE: 210 GBP

DATES / HOURS

Video 1 will be sent by 15th of May video 2 will be sent by 23rd of May

18 / 20/ 22 /25 /27/28th May

Times: 5.45-9.15 pm UK time (18.45-22.15 pm EU time)

There will be a 30 minute session on the 17th May at 6pm UK time (19.00 EU time) for participants to check the functions of the platform ZOOM.US if you haven't used it, please don't worry, it's very intuitive! This session NOT obligatory for participants who already feel confident in using Zoom, although we do recommend everyone taking part if they can. A link will be sent to participants prior to this session.

Notes: The course will be led in English so a good level of spoken English is desirable. Please send your acting Cv with your application and also outline your acting experience and level of spoken and written English to syl@meisneractingonline.com