Give a Voice - Your power on the stage!
Have you ever had that feeling that when you express your emotions on stage your voice doesnt always seem to be in the same team as you? Is your throat often dry and makes it difficult for the audience to hear you from the stage? Have you ever felt that although your characters may vary, they always speak in the same way and you cannot do anything about it however hard you try? Does your throat often hurt and you really dont know how to control your breath and how not to pant while acting and improvising? If you answered YES to at least two of the questions above this workshop is for you!
It will give you practical hints how to:
- work with your voice,
- make your voice stronger,
- be heard by everyone in the audience (even in the back seats),
- change your voice while creating different characters,
- identify and use bright and dark sides of your voice.
(3h; 12-16 participants; any levels)
Open to improvisers of all levels.
Kasia Chmara is an actress and teacher and performs with numerous improv groups, such as the popular wymyWammy (Bydgoszcz), the duo group Two Sisters, the Lodz based theatre group Impro Atak as well as the European improv project Ohana. Chmara is an artistic coordinator of Improdrom- international Improv Festival in Bydgoszcz, Poland, she gained experience in the field of organisation, production and public relation. She regularly leads theatre and improvisation workshops in Bydgoszcz and throughout Poland. She also provide "Give a Voice- Your power on the stage!" workshop in Strasburg. She is only one polish improviser who take a part in European Improv project organized by Die Gorillas Theatre, Our Lives. Currently she is doing her PhD in Creating Character on script play through improvisation techniques in National Film and Theatre School in ód- Poland. Kasia has been conducting theater workshops since 1998. She is improvising over 8 years.
Please note that all sales are final. Late comers will not be admitted to the theatre so please arrive before the advertised time.
The Teacher's Club Theatre (View)
36 Parnell Square West
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|