This course is ideal for those with little or no acting experience, providing the chance to explore acting techniques in a playful and practical way, while having fun and learning to be part of an ensemble.
The goal of the course is for the students to experience and discover a living awareness of the human body and voice as expressive instruments, the joy of working in a group and the strength that comes from discovering new things about yourself.
Using different improvisational techniques, the teacher will pull out your strengths and push you to places that will surprise you!
The course will also be valuable for developing life skills, irrespective of whether you want to pursue acting in a sustained way, amateur or professional. Just the simple act of getting up in front of people each week and trying out something new teaches you a lot about yourself and how you relate to people, and hopefully enables you to strengthen those areas you feel are weak and re-discover talents that have been asleep for a while!
Topics covered include
- Exploring the use of the voice and body in acting.
- Finding the playfulness and fun in performing through improvisation.
- Building confidence for performance.
All of our acting courses offer continuing courses where you can further develop your skills. If you want to learn to sing, we provide courses to help you get started.
In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and ensure a safe educational environment for our participants, we are following the recommendations of the Public Health Agency. We are adjusting the number of participants per class to ensure that safe distances can be maintained in the classroom. Hand washing facilities with soap are readily available. The premises are cleaned several times a day, especially toilets and surfaces such as tables, door handles and railings. It is the responsibility of us all to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and we kindly ask our participants to show consideration and avoid exposing others to risk. If you are showing any symptoms of COVID-19 (high temperature, coughing – see www.1177.se for more information), even mild symptoms, please refrain from attending your programme or course. We also urge participants from risk groups to refrain from participating in our courses. Keep a safe distance from others and wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water.
Rune Jakobsson jobbar som frilansande skådespelare och teaterlärare. Rune har jobbat med bland andra Månteatern i Lund, Teater DaCapo i Uppsala, Teater Martin Mutter i Örebro, Pygméteatern och Playhouse Teater i Stockholm. Senaste somrarna har han varit med i flera produktioner på Stadra Teater i Bergslagen.
Rune har även regisserat, bland annat på Teater DaCapo i Uppsala och Barneteatret Vårt i Ålesund. Nu senast satte han upp Ingmar Bergmans Höstsonaten med Grynet Molvig, Paula Ternström och Martin Edin.
Rune är utbildad på Skara skolscen och i Method Acting för Elisabeth Seth-Rippe i Stockholm, på Susan Peretz Studios i Los Angeles och Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute i London. Rune har även läst 40 p Teatervetenskap vid Stockholms universitet och har undervisat sedan 1993.
Rune Jakobsson works as a freelance actor and theatre teacher and has worked with Månteatern in Lund, Teater DaCapo in Uppsala, Teater Martin Mutter in Örebro, Pygméteatern and the Playhouse Teater in Stockholm. In recent summers, he has featured in several productions at the Stadra Teater in Bergslagen.
Rune has also directed at the Teater DaCapo in Uppsala and Barneteatret Vårt in Ålesund among others. More recently, he directed Ingmar Bergman's Autumn Sonata with Grynet Molvig, Paula Ternström and Martin Edin.
Rune trained at Skara stage school and in Method Acting at Elisabeth Seth-Rippe in Stockholm, Susan Peretz Studios in Los Angeles and the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in London. Rune has also read drama theory and history at Stockholm University and has been teaching since 1993.
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