Training Emerging Artists Masterclasses
Drawing on over 25 years knowledge and understanding of inclusive theatre, Face Front (funded by Arts Council England) runs acting classes led by experienced industry professionals to train disabled and neurodiverse actors. During the course, we encourage participants to explore their creativity, gain confidence, develop theatre skills, improve acting styles and challenge their imaginative boundaries!
WHO IS THE T.E.A.M. COURSE SUITABLE FOR?
Those with professional experience/s or those who want to have a career in acting.
WHAT DO THE COURSES COVER?
- Acting techniques
- Voice work including projection
- Body work styles including spatial awareness and stage presence
- Mask and mime
CAN YOU HELP ME WITH ACCESS?
Our studio space is located in Edmonton Green Shopping Centre on the first floor, accessible by a lift in the main Market Square. We can also meet participants at the local BR train station – Edmonton Green – and provide a ‘buddy service’ to accompany individuals to our venue. Our studio is wheelchair accessible.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
Pay what you can
HOW CAN I RESERVE A PLACE ON THE T.E.A.M. COURSE?
For further information about up coming courses please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spaces are limited and we expect to receive a lot of Applications. Successful applicants will be invited to an informal interview so that you can meet us, we can meet you and discuss the course in more detail. We will let you know if you have obtained a place on the course. Unsuccessful applicants will be placed on a waiting list and notified of any cancellations.
- Day One - An Actors Tool Kit
- Day Two - Physical Theatre
- Day Three - The Actors Voice
- Day Four - Masks and Puppetry
- Day Five - Play in a Day