ACTING STYLES – GREEK CLASSICS
Workshop for Actors
Subject: “The Protagonist” | On Aristotle’s Poetics
This workshop is exclusively for professional actors who want to work on classic texts with a modern technique in acting, movement and voice. Its theme is designed to teach the peculiarity of the stage necessities, namely the relationship between the Protagonists and the Chorus, found in classical Greek literature and Aristotle’s Poetry.
The workshop has three courses, Acting, Motion and Voice / Song.
With the three dramatic tools, Acting, Motion and Voice, participants will work on their technical training and final presentation at the end of the workshop. Each lesson is given a different day in the week.
The conditions for participation are:
A. Be the graduate of a drama school in Greece or abroad
B. Has participated in at least one work of classical theatrical literature
C. Be over 24 years old
D. Speak English well
ABSENCESParticipants can be absent total of 6 hours (3 two-hour courses) throughout the program.
February 6th – 28th
Saturdays | Acting class
Sundays | Voice and Chorus class
12:00 – 15:00
T: 694 721 8195E: email@example.com