This summer in situ:, presents an eight-week course exploring ways of making text come alive in performance.
Using dialogues from King Lear and Hedda Gabler, we’ll explore Shakespeare’s language and look at more modern psychological approaches to:
- the staging and interpretation of text,
- the creation of character,
- use of space and and interacting with and positioning an audience.
We will examine mainstream approaches, but also more radical, exploratory and experimental ones which are a special feature of in situ:‘s performance work.
This course is open to all, but some previous performing experience, not necessarily with in situ:, is an advantage. If you’re not sure if it’s the right course for you, get in touch and find out more.
Summer term: Thursday April 30 – Thursday June 18
Venue: St. Philips Church Centre, Cambridge CB1 3AN | Map
Time: 7:30pm – 10:00pm