6 Weeks Weekend Acting Workshop

6 Weeks Weekend Acting Workshop

 

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6 Weeks Weekend Acting Workshop

 

 

The weekend workshop specifically focuses on helping students to discover the actor in them and provides them with a thorough foundation of acting skills with a specific focus in helping them understand the basic techniques involved in developing their acting skills. The weekend workshop is conveniently designed to fit into their weekly schedule by committing the student to classes only on weekends.

is for everybody from professionals to students, serious actors and acting students. Those who can find time on the weekends and want to learn the basics of stagecraft and acting, this Weekend Workshop is ideal for them.

Spread over 6 weekends (12 sessions), it starts from the essentials of story-development, play-writing, design and direction and moves on to focus on the craft of acting. Apart from acting, the workshop offers a rich mix of theatre activities, readings, analysis, discussions, and performances.

No of Sessions: 12, 36 Hours

Duration: 6 weeks

Tuition Fee:
Acting: Rs 7,500

Per session duration:

3Hour

Age criteria: 15 years and above

Schedule:
Saturdays and Sundays  – 3  pm to 6 pm

Start Date : 6th February 2016

Direct Admission. No audition and interviews to be conducted

Syllabus
Acting Techniques
Creative Body Movements
Voice Culture
Diction & Speech
Actor and Camera
Scene Studies and Script Analysis


Fees : Rs 7500/-

 

Faculty :Tarique Hameed took on his theatrical endeavor 12 years ago. His passion for Performing Arts gave him the best exposure in theatre. Gradually he worked eminent theatre personality.He debuted as a director with Ladka Hua Hai in a production of IIMC. He directed Sara Ka Saara Aasmaan, Gandhi Park, The Birth of Dreamers, Mahabhoj and The Wave performed in prestigious festivals

Sahitya Kala Parishad has honored him with the Young Theatre Director's Award at Yuva Natya Samarohand gave him the opportunity to direct a classic play 'Mahabhoj'.  His wide experience in theatre techniques, nuanced understanding of various aspects of theatre and performance, ranging from acting, lights, set design to direction, makes him one of the most seasoned and promising theatre activists of Delhi in contemporary times. He conducts workshops with aspiring theatre enthusiasts and encourages them for active involvement as he believes that the youth needs to invest more time in this form of art for its survival.

 

Venue :  Moonlight Films and Theatre Society

              Take One House , Adjacent D 26 , East of Kailash , New Delhi 110065

              Near Sapna Cinema , Nearest Metro (Kailash Colony)

      

 

Syllabus

Acting Techniques
Incorporates different world renowned techniques which help in understanding, analysing and applying the craft of Acting.

 

Creative Body Movements
Creative body movements are prime exercises, which are conducted in the beginning of almost every acting class conducted by the faculty.

 

Voice Culture
The voice is another tool of an actor. In voice classes, students get to understand the power of their voice and gain an insight of how to modify it by controlling various resonators and muscles.

By doing different breathing exercises, the students learn voice modulation which helps them in understanding the nuances of diction and articulation.

 

Diction & Speech
The students are taught the importance of clarity of speech — articulation as well as expressions. The students are made to analyse and study various monologues from plays and films, which later helps them in dialogue delivery

 

Actor and Camera
This aspect of training is a highly technical endeavour which deals with all the technical nuances of film acting, concerning the camera

 

Scene Studies and Script Analysis
These are intensive classroom exercises where various types of scenes, and the components within the scenes, are meticulously studied by observing the minutest details of classic movies