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|Description||Using Richard II as a starting point, this course is designed to give participants an immersive experience of the Text and Voice work of the RSC.|
|Duration||Friday 8-Saturday 9 November 2013 10am-4pm|
|Categories||Out of school|
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Ideal for: Drama, Performing Arts and English teachers looking to extend and challenge their students.
Using Richard II as a starting point, this course is designed to give participants an immersive experience of the Text and Voice work of the RSC. It explores the kind of process actors undertake as they go through the process of understanding and owning Shakespeare's language.
Over the course of the two days participants will explore the language physically and vocally, uncovering the structures, sounds, rhythms and rhetoric of the language that help actors unlock its meaning.
The work will refresh ideas and extend your repertoire of teaching approaches when working with young people.
The course will be led by Alison Bomber, Senior Text and Voice coach at the RSC for seven years, and other members of the RSC's Voice and Movement departments.
The course will take place in The Clore Learning Centre, Stratford-upon-Avon and include lunch, refreshments and comprehensive supporting notes. Course price includes ticket to friday evening performance.
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