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When:

Mon Mar 30 2015, 7:00pm–11:00pm
Mon Apr 6 2015, 7:00pm–11:00pm
Mon Apr 13 2015, 7:00pm–11:00pm
Mon Apr 20 2015, 7:00pm–11:00pm
Mon Apr 27 2015, 7:00pm–11:00pm

Where: Haque Centre of Acting and Creativity, 89A Desker Road, Little India, Singapore

Restrictions: R21

Listed by: faith

The Lee Strasberg's Method Acting is the 1st of a 2 part introduction series on Method Acting. These modules are recommended for actors and non-actors.

Areas of Focus
- Introduces relaxation and sense memory for the actor as intended by Lee Strasberg
- Focuses on acting fundamentals
- Participants are guided in the process of creating one person devised performances
- Participants are coached on the practice, performance and analysis of monologue
- Participants learn how to approach text using basic scene elements
- Participants gain a greater awareness and understanding of themselves regardless of their background, a.k.a. 'Know Thyself'

Benefits of Method Acting Training
- Let go of tension which can desensitize you so you inculcate greater self-awareness, increase your powers of observation, focus and concentration.
- Develop your capability to access your sense memory and your emotional memory which are the sources of your imagination.
- Be in control of your emotions so that you can think on your feet outside the box and make clear deliberate decisions under pressure.
- Communicate your emotional truth and cultivate empathy so you can relate better to others personally and professionally.
- Access your talent consistently and efficiently. This nurtures self-trust and risk-taking which is the cornerstone of growth.

Syllabus:
3 modules. 8 weeks each. 4 hours per week
(32 hours of instruction per module)

The workshops will include:
1. Short lectures
2. Interactive group discussions
3. Writing exercises
4. Relaxation and sense memory exercises (As intended by Lee Strasberg)
5. Devised one person scenes
6. Monologue Work