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CORRECTION: Unlocking Shakespeare workshop @ The Bennett TheatreLab
From: Philip G. Bennett [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Thursday, September 17, 2015 5:33 PM
Why are the British Actors getting all the parts in Hollywood?...
Come to the TheatreLab and find out!
Unlocking Shakespeare An ongoing workshop based on the amazing vocal and physical exercises as practiced by the Royal Shakespeare Company.
An intense and fun on-your-feet approach to Shakespeare's language. Whether you are a complete beginner or advanced classical actor, this unique neurolinguistic approach will have you speaking the exquisite poetry of the Bard naturally and fluently.
(A scene from a Midsummer Night's Dream, Melinda Vyvyan and Max Tufferd, TheatreLab San Francisco.)
When: Sundays – 5:30 to 8:30 pm
Where: The Historic Y, 738 N. 5th Avenue at E. University Blvd., Tucson – Conference Room
Call for Information about schedule and fees:
520-207-8948 or 520-468-1664
Philip G. Bennett, Artistic Director is internationally recognized as a master instructor of the Stanislavsky System of Acting. He holds a BA in Humanities and a Masters in Theatre Arts and Sciences from the renowned American Stanislavsky Theatre in New York, where he served as actor, instructor and Assistant Artistic Director to Sonia Moore, émigré actress/director from the Third Studio of the Moscow Art Theatre.
During Mr. Bennett's forty-six years of professional experience as a classical actor and director he founded the San Francisco Theatre Academy, The Stanislavsky Ensemble Repertory Company and the Bennett TheatreLab. He is a recipient of the prestigious Hollywood DramaLogue Award. Graduate students appear regularly in film and television, and are accepted in conservatories and repertory companies in the US and the UK. Phil is co-author of Experiencing Stanislavsky Today: Training and Rehearsal for the Psychophysical Actor, Routledge Academic Publishers, London.