SHAKESPEARE’S SPRITES

Let’s get physical! Shakespeare’s spritely characters will challenge you to combine colourful language with big physicality in an action packed week full of language and laughter.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Put yourself in the spotlight of Shakespeare’s sprites. Walk the walk of the supernatural beings like Puck and the fairies from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Ariel from The Tempest, The Witches from Macbeth and the countless ghosts that never fail to send a shiver down the audiences spine. Work with Australian Shakespeare Company actors, directors, physical theatre experts, and choreographers and let yourself get physical. Putting together the richness of Shakespeare’s language with playful, big physicality to create meaningful storytelling and character work. Prepare for much laughter as these characters take
shape ready to show off to family and friends at the end of the week.

COURSE DETAILS:

PLAY ON HOLIDAYS – SHAKESPEARE’S SPRITES
WHEN: Monday 6 – Saturday 11 January 2014, daily 10.00am – 4.00pm
VENUE: Athenaeum Theatre Two, 188 Collins Street, Melbourne 3000
COURSE FEE: $400.00 inc gst
TO APPLY: Fill out the online application form and pay the course fee
CAPACITY: 20 students
PLAY ON HOLIDAYS – SHAKESPEARE’S SPRITES
WHEN: Monday 13 January  – Saturday  18 January 2014, daily 10.00am – 4.00pm
VENUE: Athenaeum Theatre Two, 188 Collins Street, Melbourne 3000
COURSE FEE: $400.00 inc gst
TO APPLY: Fill out the online application form and pay the course fee
CAPACITY: 20 students

“My grand-daughter LOVED her week in Shakespeare Mosh Pit and said each day was even better than then previous one which had been ace!” grandmother of Saskia aged 11

“My child had a great week, easily the best school holiday program she has ever participated in. Never a dull moment.” Rachel Robinson

“It was lovely to see such a professional approach taken to a children’s performance workshop.” Carley Tonoli

You gave Mabel a very wonderful and affirming experience. As a parent I also felt it was wonderful for her to be so immersed in the work.” Jo Windred

 

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