Monday, March 26, 2018
Led by Christopher Bailey
An interactive evening on the steps and process of organically building a character for a show. It'll be fun and you'll learn heaps. Free for GEDS members, 20 CHF for non-members.
The Workshop will focus on creating a character for a performance.
This workshop will provide you with the opportunity to touch upon different acting techniques to develop a character through a variety of physical and vocal exercises. A hands-on experience on theatricality and characterization.
What to wear and bring along
Wear comfortable clothes and if you'd like bring refreshments and snacks for yourself or to share with others.
To register, please contact our workshops manager Christina indicating your full name and whether you are a GEDS member or not.
About Christopher Bailey
GEDS audiences are most recently familiar with Christopher Bailey’s Geneva directorial debut in Crimes of the Heart that was followed by Of Mice and Men. As an actor, GEDS audiences will remember Bailey in roles as varied as Nigel, the Earl of Marshwood in Noël Coward’s Relative Values, Karl, the tough producer in Ben Elton’s Popcorn, Ben, the conniving plantation owning patriarch in Lillian Hellman’s The Little Foxes, and as a very suspicious accountant in Who Killed Hamlet? Trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, educated at Oxford and Columbia Universities, Bailey was a professional actor based in New York City for over a decade.
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