How to Work on a Scene

7pm-9pm, UK time

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To be in a play you’ll need to know how to approach a written scene.
In this practical workshop, you’ll explore different elements you need to know and use them in scenes from famous plays.

We’ll be looking at three scenes from major productions and exploring character intentions, options of staging and their context within their overall plays.

This class is for beginners and will provide you with important tools you can use whenever you meet a play :)

No acting experience is needed.

Charlotte Peters

Charlotte Peters is a director and teacher whose work includes the National Theatre’s War Horse and An Inspector Calls. Her recent online production of Birdsong received five-star reviews and she also has a new online play called Dance streaming on YouTube. Charlotte’s teaching style is fun, aiming to instill self-confidence within a relaxed environment to get the best out of her students.

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Our classes are designed for all levels 

You don’t need to have any acting experience to join.

You don’t need to be a native English speaker to take the classes.

(the classes will run in English though).

 

All classes run on zoom and you will be emailed a link.

Please email us with any questions:

tal@hideandseektheatre.com

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