Organic Sequence Workshop
(incorporating physical, ensemble and action techniques)
Nicolette Kay, Artistic Director, will run the workshop.
The workshop is inspired by the method of Stanislavski and Eastern European theatre. The outcome achieves physical and psychological connection between actors, which can create a valuable system of communication, focussing on impulse, aspects of the technique can be utilised in future text and physical work.
The technique provides the opportunity for actors to extend their dynamic range.
This affordable workshop will run from 30th July – 3rd August, 10am-4pm near Lambeth Bridge in a popup space. £100 for the whole week. 1/2 price offer to newsletter subscribers – click here to subscribe
The workshop will be very physical and loose clothing is required.
To submit an application, candidates should email the following to email@example.com
– What you hope the workshop experience will give you. (about 250 words)
– detailed CV/résumé or your spotlight link
Places are limited and registration will be closed once a group is formed.
Nicolette Kay, founder of New Shoes Theatre; trained at The Drama Centre, London where her training included the Laban and Saint Denis methods. She has qualified with Alan Herdman as a Pilates instructor.
An actress, director, writer, workshop facilitator and producer, she is currently developing the next New Shoes Theatre production. She has produced and directed the tour of Hurried Steps by Dacia Maraini. She was Artistic Director and founder of Kent-based Muzikansky which produced Mary Stuart (Time Out Critic’s Choice), The Dreams of Clytemnestra and Mela all by Dacia Maraini (BAC). Muzikansky ran film education workshops for disengaged girls, the films were screened in film festivals in Greece, Hungary and the UK. Based at The Forum, Tunbridge Wells (a band venue), Muzikansky ran short film nights, a film festival and produced plays including the commissioned play Seed and Love Child (The Finborough Theatre), Alma Mahler with the band unhome and Mud (The Etcetera). She has contributed to a number of books about Dacia Maraini and co-translated three of her plays, two of which are in print.