The ideal time for a workshop would be late afternoon as this will give you the opportunity to end your visit with a theatrical performance in the afternoon or in the evening.
The duration of a workshop is normally 1½ to 2 hours.
We can arrange theatre and acting workshops in a broad range of focus areas and levels, depending on your interests.
All workshops are led by professional cast members. For instance, it’s possible to base the workshop on a play or a musical, or we can arrange for a real lesson in acting, stage combats, teambuilding, language understanding and pronunciation and musical technique focusing on breathing, singing and acting at the same time.
A theatre workshop is fun and useful for everybody, irrespective of interest, as the workshop will be tailored according to your wishes and needs.
Below you will find a small selection for your inspiration but of course you are welcome to contact your travel agent to learn more about the possibilities in your area of interest.
Lion King: The workshop emphasizes on the physical expression, central in the Lion King performance, and the presentation of the story’s central themes: family, death, conflict and growing up. You will train the different techniques for development of the physical character, for instance ballistic dance, emotional expressions, the nature of animals, etc. The aim is that the students learn the underlying techniques and enable them to develop physical character from the play.
39 steps: This workshop will give the participants the opportunity to explore areas in acting techniques. Amongst other things, themes as physical theatre, comedy as a genre, how to adapt the story from book to stage, and especially the techniques used by the actors for multi-role playing. The workshop provides entertaining as well as challenging training for the participants.
Wicked: This is a good workshop for students with no experience in drama. You will learn about the literary and political background for The Wizard of Oz and Wicked, and elements from singing and roleplaying will be used to explore how storytelling affects the audience.
Les Miserables: This workshop will give you the opportunity to experience Les Miserables from the point of view of the actors. The aim is to get a deeper insight in the story and therefore you will use real things and costumes from the performance while the plot and the characters are discussed. You will perform one of the leading songs and focus is on movement and how it is to work on a movable stage.
Theatre / Acting workshops.
If you don’t want to be part of a play but to participate in a real lesson, we can arrange this for you.
This is primarily suited for skilled persons with some or much knowledge.
We can arrange acting, dance and physical theatre workshops. Ask your travel agent for more details.
The price is based on 90 min.
For more time, ask your travel agent about the price.