Deadline: October 15, 2019 at 11:59pm
Using Ibsen’s seminal Hedda Gabler, participants will be led by Soulpepper Founding Member Nancy Palk in a guided rehearsal investigating different stages of an actor’s process from text analysis to performance.
TAKE THIS CLASS IF YOU ARE LOOKING TO:
- Further your understanding and practise of the rehearsal process by learning new rehearsal tools and techniques.
- Advance your textual analysis skills.
- Activate table work and turn it into action for rehearsal.
- Work closely with one of Canada’s great leading actors and teachers.
Tuesday and Wednesday nights from November 5 to 20,for a total of six sessions. Sessions run from 7:00 PM -10:00 PM at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts.
*Equity Members receive a 20% discount.
Maximum number of participants: 12
HOW IT WORKS:
A week before the training sessions start, participants will be paired and assigned specific scenes which will be emailed out along with the full text of the chosen translation. Participants will be encouraged, when possible, to work outside of the scheduled class time. The final session (November 20th) will include a showcase of the work with invited Soulpepper artists in attendance.
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN
APPLICATION DEADLINE: October 15, 2019 at 11:59 PM
Complete the online application form by submitting your headshot, resume, contact information.
Participation will be confirmed on October 21, 2019. Payment will only be processed upon confirmation of participation by phone. All applicants will be contacted.
ALL ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY
We welcome and encourage applications from diverse artists, including but not limited to ethnicity, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, and/or disability status. If you need assistance or require accommodation during the application or selection process, we will work with you to address your needs. Information related to accommodations will be confidential.
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The Soulpepper Training Room is coordinated by Gregory Prest, Soulpepper’s Baillie Fellow.