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Autumn Season 2019

Viewpoints Taster

with

 Helen Tennison


What is it?

Expand your movement skills and develop your use of space and time in performance. A fundamental part of actor training in the US, Viewpoints is rapidly gaining popularity here.

Who's it for?

Suitable for actors, makers and the creatively curious.

Dates: Sunday 3 Oct 2019

 

Time: 10.30 - 14.30

 

Cost: £45

 

Location: Theatre Delicatessen, 2 Finsbury Avenue 
EC2M 2PA London, United Kingdom

It's easy to find on the corner of Wilson Street and Whitecross Place. With buzzing Liverpool Street Station and Moorgate Station a 5 minute walk away, it's right in the heart of London!

 

Bookings: To book your place or for more info message Helen at theatrefoundrylondon@gmail.com or via @theatrefoundry on Twitter.

‘Inspiring teaching in a really generous, open environment’

- Tamsin Shasha, Actor & Artistic Director Actors of Dionysus.

Shakespeare Sundays

 

Misfits, Outcasts & Refugees

with

Louise Amos & Helen Tennison


What is it?

Develop your Shakespeare skills whilst exploring lesser known characters, soliloquys and duologues. Consider the identification and representation of those on the periphery of Shakespeare's world and their resonance now. Shape and craft a new piece or explore a speech or scene as stimuli for new work or just seeing the play afresh!

Who's it for?

Suitable for actors, directors and the creatively curious.

'Theatre Foundry has helped me discover creative paths within me that I never realised were there. I've tapped into more freedom and openness in my approach and it's having a positive effect on my work.'

- Tara Dowd, Actor & Co-Founder of Shakespeare's Wanderer's

Dates: Sundays - Oct 27, Nov 3,10,17 & 24

 

Time: 11.00 - 16.30

 

Total Duration: 5 Sundays in October & November 2019

 

Cost: £240

 

Location: Theatre Delicatessen, 2 Finsbury Avenue 
EC2M 2PA London, United Kingdom

It's easy to find on the corner of Wilson Street and Whitecross Place. With buzzing Liverpool Street Station and Moorgate Station a 5 minute walk away, it's right in the heart of London!

 

Bookings: To book your place or for more info message Helen or Lou at theatrefoundrylondon@gmail.com or via @theatrefoundry on Twitter.

Louise Amos is an actor, director & voice artist who holds an MA in Shakespeare and Theatre from The Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham and has both taught and directed at various actor training institutions, including Drama Studio London, where she was Artistic Director of the BA Professional Acting course. Recent direction includes, Macbeth, King Lear & Cymbeline. Louise is particularly interested in global approaches to Shakespeare, researching and exploring adaptations and appropriations in performance, especially in other languages and cultures. Louise toured Europe as an actor in Shakespeare's Women on Tour for Theatre Bleu playing Katerina, Mistress Ford, Titania & Lady Macbeth and many other female roles.

Helen Tennison is a director whose experience includes work for Shakespeare's Globe and the University of South Florida where she was Artist in Residence, directing Titus Andronicus. Helen directs regularly for Creation Theatre and Midsummer Scene Shakespeare Festival, Croatia.  From 2015-2017 Helen ran the Drama Studio London Two Year Acting Course and regularly directed Shakespeare. She has taught as part of the Old Vic education team and ran numerous outreach projects for the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry. Helen regularly runs Shakespeare workshops at Goldsmiths University and The Actors Centre.  In January 2019 her production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream transferred to the Bermuda Festival.

 

 

'Helen and Lou have created an amazing, supportive space where actors can grow, develop and - above all - play. If you're an actor looking to invest in some ongoing training and development, I cannot recommend Theatre Foundry highly enough'.

-Mark Rush, Actor.

 

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To book your place, 

email Helen and Lou at:

 

theatrefoundrylondon@gmail.com