INTRODUCTION TO PLAYING SHAKESPEARE FOR ACTORS
WITH AWARD WINNING ROYAL SHAKESPEARE COMPANY ACTOR, SIMON TRINDER
- 18 April 2018
- The Front Room
Independent Centre for Actors Training in partnership with Open Exchange present a FREE 3 hr introduction to playing Shakespeare with award winning Royal Shakespeare Company actor, Simon Trinder.
The workshop aims to be a high energy, super practical introduction to approaching Shakespeare’s verse, providing a solid and reliable toolkit based on RSC and Globe theatre practice. There is no experience necessary and you need never be nervous about Shakespeare again!
ABOUT SIMON TRINDER
Simon has worked extensively with the RSC and recently completed his 13th production with the company playing Trinculo in their groundbreaking production of The Tempest starring Simon Russell Beale. He was the first actor to play Puck at Shakespeare’s Globe and can be seen playing Puck in the brilliant BBC Documentary, In Search Of Shakespeare.
He also appeared in Richard 2nd as part of the original Hollow Crown series for the BBC and played Caliban to Pete Postlethwaites Prospero in the Royal Exchange’s critically acclaimed production of The Tempest in 2007.
Most recently, Simon has been working in television, highlights include Midwinter Of The Spirit, Ordinary Lies Season 2 and the soon to be released BBC film, Katy.
WHO IS IT FOR?
Actors and theatre-makers.
ABOUT OPEN EXCHANGE
Open Exchange provides a series of development opportunities for emerging artists of all disciplines, rooted in the belief that collaboration creates great art and brilliant theatre doesn't always begin with a script. Sign up here for opportunities.
- Event Information
VENUE: Front Room, Royal Exchange Theatre.
EVENT DATE & TIMES:
Wednesday 18 April 2018, 6.00pm - 9.00pm
If you are interested in attending, please email Grace.firstname.lastname@example.org.
We want to be well prepared to make you feel welcomed and comfortable at the session. If you have any access requirements (including requiring BSL interpretation), please download and fill in the Access Form. Email it to Grace Ng-Ralph or call 0161 615 6709 to discuss further requirements.