SHAKESPEARE STUDIO WORKSHOP by Christopher Brown
A highly in-demand workshop to meet the needs of the CTC students, these two days of intensive training will be a rigorous crash course in skill-based tools for the actor interested in accessing the benefits of Shakespeare’s text to enhance the honesty and acuity of their craft as a versatile actor. The training will cover fundamental and advance techniques geared toward each individual student’s experience and needs. Taught by Christopher Brown, currently a resident Blue Man at The Luxor and a graduate of the GATE conservatory in Manhattan and The School at Steppenwolf in Chicago.
Four Points of Shakespeare Training Will Include:
The Actor’s Body and Voice
Language Structure and Intent
Story Givens and Imagination
Active Expression and Fullness
There are only 15 spaces available!
*class minimum is 6
The workshop will be Saturday, June 30th and Sunday, July 1st from 10am- 6pm (with a 1-hour lunch break from 12-1). The cost of the entire workshop is a nonrefundable $120 (breakdown: $10.00/ per classroom hour). Drop-ins will be placed on a standby list and allowed to participate if room is available at a rate of $15/ hour.
Christopher Brown is a graduate of the GATE conservatory in Manhattan and The School at Steppenwolf in Chicago. Currently a resident Blue Man at The Luxor, other professional credits include Henry IV parts 1 and 2 with the Royal Shakespeare Company director Bill Alexander at The Shakespeare Theatre, Jean Cocteau Repertory Company, The Shakespeare Theatre D.C., Theater J, Actor’s Bridge Ensemble, Mockingbird Public, The Nashville Shakespeare Festival, as well as having done seventeen independent feature films. Locally Christopher has acted and directed for Cockroach Theatre Company (CTC) an A Public Fit (APF).