A script, as published, isn’t a play. It’s simply the words and actions in blue-print. What fires the performance of the actor, what drives the dramatic action and really grabs the attention of the audience is everything that isn’t said. The great mass of thoughts, feelings, desires, hopes and fears that truly skilled playwrights embed, iceberg-like, beneath the surface of the words. What sits between and under the lines you speak.
In this succinct and focussed workshop you’ll look at some of the key techniques for uncovering and using the sub-text. You’ll also apply, in practical scene-work, what you learn.
No formal way to book for this session – just email me saying you want a place: firstname.lastname@example.org See you there! Paul