This term, one of CUADC’s Actors’ Reps, Jess, has organised a series of workshops, designed to share skills between students.
The third in our series is the only one this term hosted by a professional, and is on the Alexander Technique, mentored by Philipa Batty.
This will be an intensive workshop, which will teach actors the Alexander technique. It is a method of education that allows you to learn experientially about yourself, mentally and physically. You learn to regain the balance, co-ordination and poise that all human beings are designed to have. In relation to performance, the technique is particularly helpful for overcoming nerves, adapting yourself for different roles, and becoming a more truthful performer.
Mentor info: Philipa is a visiting professional Alexander technique teacher. She graduated from Bristol Alexander School, achieving the standards set by the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (STAT).
The workshops have a limited capacity, spaces will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Sign-up for this workshop, as well as those on Verse and Noh is at the link below: