Snowglobe Theatre continues its workshop series this February with Workshop: Shakespeare Monologues.
This one-night workshop for actors, led by director Peter Giser, will focus on Shakespeare monologues and what makes them special. Should Shakespeare be played like other kinds of acting, or are there unique things to keep in mind and to perform? What we’ll explore can be used both for auditions as well as for working on a play.
This workshop is intended for performers of all levels of experience with Shakespeare, and can apply to both early-level work as well as to advanced performance. All applicants will be asked to email Peter a copy of the monologue so that he can be sure that he has the same version of punctuation and text as the participants. Also please include either a headshot/resume, or at least a brief summary of your Shakespeare background, with your submission.
All submissions should be sent to Peter at: firstname.lastname@example.org
There’s a cap of 14 participants, but auditors are welcome. Reservations will take priority; walk-ins will be accepted if there’s room. Participants are asked to show up 5-10 min before the workshop begins.
When: Friday, February 28th | 7:00pm to 10:00pm
Where: MainLine Theatre (Minimain) | 3997 Blvd. St-Laurent
Admission: Pay-what-you-can (suggested donation: $10)
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/491644501711470/