With a focus on advanced improvisation and drama exercises, as well as analysis of text, character development and how to unblock the body, senses and imagination, this course will teach you ways to develop a range of skills essential to anyone that has stage experience.
Intermediate students. As all classes will be held in English a sufficient knowledge of the language is required. Recommended minimum age is 18 years.
Using the grounding from Acting Course Beginners, this will move its participants into more text based charaterisation. Using established texts, classical as well as modern, you will learn to analyse a role and bring your own interpretations to a character. Through this process we will build up a repertoire of scenes from which we will chose a selection to perform at the end of the course. The performance is voluntary and the details surrounding it will be decided by the participants and the teacher together.
To help participants join the principles of drama to that of theatre as well as introducing a sample of different dramatic genres.Please note that the day and time is preliminary but will be confirmed late November. The location will be announced in December.
Hugo Gama is an actor and stage director with a wide experience in teaching, directing introduction to theatre, interpretation, improvisation, mask and clowning courses, at public theatres, professional schools and universities.
Hugo was born in Portugal, in 1978. He did his studies at Coimbra and Lisbon universities and have learned The Acting Method with Marcia Haufrecht from Actor's Studio, Devising and Improvisation with Alexander Kelly from Third Angel and Mask with Mario Gonzalez from Théâtre du Soleil. He trained at the School of the Mask, where he became teacher and staging assistant. As an actor, he was directed by renowned stage directors, such as Paulo Castro, João Brites and Filipe Crawford, who inspired him through their approaches and methodologies.
In the scope of a master in Theatre Studies, at the University of Lisbon, Hugo developed a research about actor‘s training methodologies, namely the mask technique and actor's consciousness on stage. Currently, he is enrolled in a PHD programme focused on collaborative theatre and the new writings on the contemporary scene. He staged the plays Ecos (winner of the Lisbon Annual Theatre Academic Festival, in 2017) and Espectros (audience award and an honourable mention, in 2018).
In his classes he adapts the methodology to the group with whom he works, listening to everyone and taking into account their proposals, ideas and expectations.
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