Acting in Shakespeare Plays Explore the worlds most celebrated playwright

Courses

Acting in Shakespeare Plays

Key Information
  • Dates

    Monday 20 – Friday 24 July 2020

  • Cost

    £475 for the week

  • Duration

    5 days, full-time

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Course Overview

Shakespeare is arguably the greatest playwright of all
time. The aim of this week-long course is to make his work accessible to all. Through workshops and masterclasses, you will explore the vagaries and complexities of Shakespeare’s language, uncovering brilliant characters, fantastic stories and emotional realities.

This informative and popular course is open to anyone
over the age of 17 with an interest in acting, either as a
student, a professional or those who act ‘just for the
fun of it’!

The course culminates with a celebratory meal where you will have the opportunity to discuss the course and any future plans with teaching staff.

Times

This is a full-time, week-long course. Morning classes run between 10:00 and 13:30 and afternoon classes run 14:30 to 18:00. Please note that Monday registration takes place at 09:45.

For the remainder of the week, you are invited to arrive in time for a voice and movement warm-up at 09:30, if you wish to take part.

Please note that afternoon sessions can sometimes over-run past 18:00.

The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School is a leading British Drama School

Our standards are professional and exacting. We encourage you to commit fully to the demands of the course and present and conduct yourself accordingly.

We will inform you which play you will be working on no later than one week prior to the commencement of the course.

Please be aware that rehearsals can sometimes overrun and continue longer than timetabled.

"All the World's a Stage"

Join us, join in, and play one of the “many parts”.

I find it immensely satisfying passing on the baton and continuing the culture of generosity of the many people who taught me. It’s a privilege and pleasure to nurture and teach so many talented young people and see them flourish in their career. Cathy Stewart, Head of Scenic Art