Uta Hagen – Monday Nights
8th of February to 29th of March, 2021
Uta Hagen Monday Nights – Acting Class
This is an affordable Queensland acting class with world standard teaching in a fun environment.
Start: Monday 8th of February, 2021
Finish: Monday 29th of March, 2021
Monday, 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Location: Griffith University Film School, Brisbane
We will focus on creating realistic performance for stage and screen in a fun and supportive environment. This will add a terrific technique to your skillset or kickstart your career as an actor.
This successful workshop has been running for over 7 years and has been adapted for you to work with these world-renowned techniques at home while attending an online meeting for feedback, further exercises and scene-work.
During the Monday night course we will use the Uta Hagen teaching methods to tackle scenes and monologues. Together we will find what is important to make a scene believable for you and thrilling to watch by others. Subsequently, we will work to discover how to be you in the given circumstances of every scene you perform. The techniques are important for the stage, screen and in self tests.
This course will cover the five exercises in Uta Hagen’s book A Challenge for the Actor and those principles will be applied to scene work. In the first week, you have nothing to prepare accept, however, to arrive having read the material supplied at sign-up is essential. All information about how to prepare for the exercises will be clearly explained on the first night, with video examples and written explanations provided.
Week 1 – Introduction to the exercises
Week 2 – Destination
Week 3 – Changes in self and Fourth Side
Week 4 – Moment to Moment
Week 5 – Physical Sensations
Week 6 – Short Scene/Monologue
Week 7 – Long Scene/Monologue
Week 8 – Long Scene/Monologue
Participants in this course have gone on to work professionally with the confidence and skill for a successful career.
These classes are for dedicated students of acting to safely and effectively grow their craft. My influences are Stanislavski, Uta Hagen, Larry Moss, Ivana Chubbuck, Eric Morris and Meisner. I love to help actors create rich dramatic truthful work.
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