The Adult Acting Studio with Rachel Mary

Adult Acting Classes

Rachel Mary's acting classes for adults (over the age of 17) will be starting again in the New Year. Book your place early to avoid disappointment!

Details of the classes are below. If you have any queries or want to book, contact adults@progresstheatre.co.uk.

Rachel Mary - www.adultactingstudio.co.uk

 

What’s on Offer for 2019?

 

WEDNESDAYS, 10.30AM – 12.30PM, PROGRESS THEATRE

Short Course 1 - The Actor & The Voice

Build powerful vocal technique, create believable character voices; final week rehearsed play reading. 9 January to 6 February

Short Course 2 - The Actor & The Stage

Build practical understanding of stage craft & visual storytelling; final week improvisation challenge. 27 February to 27 March

 

THURSDAYS, 8-10PM, READING HINDU TEMPLE

Short Course 1 - The Actor & The Character (Contemporary Monologues)

Develop a practical understanding of Stanislavski’s Acting Method through monologue study & performance. 10 January to 7 February

Short Course 2 - The Actor & The Other Actor

Learn to respond in the moment to other actors on stage through a practical exploration of Meisner technique. 28 February to 28 March

 

FRIDAYS, 3-5PM, PROGRESS THEATRE

Short Course 1 – The Actor & The Classical Text (Classical Monologues)

Connect with & bring classical characters to the modern audience through monologue study & performance. 11 January to 8 February

Short Course 2 – The Actor & The Body

Create instantly recognisable characters through physicality & develop ‘opening credits’ movement sequence. 1 to 29 March

 

COURSE FEES

Short Course - £60 for 5 weeks (£50 Progress Theatre Members)

Book Two Courses for £100 (£90 Progress Theatre Members)

To book please contact: adults@progresstheatre.co.uk

 

TUTOR BIOGRAPHY

Rachel Mary is an Actor and Theatre Director, trained in both Classical and Contemporary Theatre and specialising in Shakespeare, Voice, Physical Theatre and Clowning. In addition to working actively within the local theatre community (Co-Director, Progress Youth Theatre; Education Team, RBL Theatre Company; Older People’s Planning Group, Reading Borough Council), Rachel also continues to create her own work, seeking to engaged enthralled audiences with theatre to celebrate the ‘everyman’. Rachel's latest project, Silent Generation, funded by Arts Council England & National Lottery Project Grants, will be developed for performance at South Street Arts Centre in April 2019.

For enquiries regarding private tuition, including drama school auditions and preparation, LAMDA, and corporate presentations, please contact Rachel via the contact above.