Secrets of Acting Shakespeare: First Folio Technique


Platform: Live Online Workshop  |  Tutor: Sarah Hannah  |  Time (GMT): 6.00pm – 9.00pm  | Level: ALL

With the recent resurgence of period dramas both on stage and especially on the screen, the demand for ‘Classically Trained’ actors has never been greater. Changes in the way we audition has also seen an increase in actors being called upon to audition and self-tape with Shakespearean monologues leaving many actors intimidated and uncertain about how to best prepare. Ideal for actors with previous experience looking to step up their game.

Rarely taught outside a handful of top drama schools, First Folio Technique is widely seen as the gold standard for classical acting. It also makes performing Shakespeare a lot easier!

Ideal for actors with some experience looking to improve, this intensive online workshop will lead you through simple guidelines to demystify and detangle the text, uncover Shakespeare’s clues and learn how to easily decipher what lines mean and how to deliver them.

This course can be complimented by our Shakespeare’s Words: The Rules of Verse Speaking – and how Shakespeare Breaks Them! course.

*You will be sent a pdf worksheet for this workshop that you will need to write on. It is therefore recommended that you print it out if you can.

Hosted via Zoom. A strong internet connection is required to join our live online courses and workshops. Please test your internet connection before booking as we cannot refund due to technical issues. Please familarise yourself with Zoom before attending your workshop. Your camera will be required to be switched on during the workshop.

Students will receive a Zoom link via email to join the workshop. Please log on at least 10 mins before the workshop begins.

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Live Online Workshop via Zoom

Sarah Hannah

Live Online Workshop via Zoom. Small Group (Limited Spaces)
Age 17 yrs +
Ideal for actors with previous acting training looking to increase their skillset.
Taught in English, this workshop is suitable for International students who can understand and speak fluent English.
Time (GMT): 6.00pm – 9.00pm

Additional information

Workshop Dates

Tuesday 16th February 2021-6.00pm-9.00pm, Thursday 20th May 2021 -6.00pm-9.00pm

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