actor movement


Movement sessions for actors can include :

– Body awareness and breath.
– Pure movement
– Ensemble theatre
– Presence & Performance
– Storytelling
– Experiential anatomy and safe practice
– Laban’s efforts.
– How should I stand? Bodies in text work.
– Yoga into movement.
– Contextual movement for plays and scene work.
– Polish theatre traditions.
– Somatic Movement; self-care and support for the Actor

Who do I work for ?

Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA)
Evening and weekend Masterclasses for over 24’s and actors pre-training.

Academy of Live & Recorded Arts (ALRA; North and South Campuses)
Delivered Experiential Anatomy module over two terms. One off workshops delivered include: Pure Movement for Actors, Yoga into Movement, Contextual Studies : Polish Theatre and An introduction to Puppetry.

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
Co-devised and delivered a new module; Presence and Performance. The course worked with students across the further education year groups and from Acting, Contemporary Performance, Classical Ballet, Classical Singing and Classical Music courses.

Having completed three years conventional Actor training at Guildford School of Acting, I went on to train with Piesn Kozla (Poland), Phillip Zarrilli (Wales), Anna-Helena McLean (UK), Christopher Siversten (UK), Dawid Zakowski (Poland), & Benno Plassmann (Germany). Each of these practitioners deal extensively with the body and specifically look at ensemble, rhythm, musicality, connection and honesty of movement.

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