You don’t have to start from scratch, you can be a pro. The aim of the training here is to integrate into the group, or to understand the style of the project being carried out.

However, our main focus is on getting the artist out of every entry level participant and helping them to develop and present that artist to the world.

  • Theatrical actor: body, voice, movement, sensation, awareness of space, communication, interaction, energy, diction, role, mask, character building, text handling, improvisation… Tragedy, comedy, clown, Comedy dell’arte, pantomime
  • Actor in front of the camera: constant readiness, interest in understanding the director’s directions, awareness of the image size, controlling feelings, adopting the character and the character’s words and actions, following the story, making it easy for all the team, the ability to repeat the same movements, feelings, words, voice and adequacy Reciting… over and over again
  • Playwriting: the structure of theatrical text, the structure of the theatrical scene, subject and knot, tale, beginning and end, poetics, tragedy, comedy, tragicomedy, characters, space
  • Screenwriting: (playwriting +) screenwriting technique, general knowledge of cinematographic techniques, picture frame, camera movement, camera angle, details of the character’s condition, movement and performance
  • Theatrical direction: understanding the text, awareness of the objectives, detailing the events, defining the specifications of the characters, choosing the actor, building the technical team, dealing with the writer, arranging scenes, clothes, lighting, and others… Good team management, presentation building: reading, movement, Movement stimuli, movement goals, casting, character building, character harmony, scene distribution, breaking rules.