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29 May 2018
As either an actor or a director you’ll learn more about yourself and even more about each other. An 8-week practical workshop exploring the process of developing a One-Act play to final performance.
Please note (last updated 27 Jan 2018)
(1) Please make yourself available from 18 to 22 July 2018 for technical rehearsals and public performances.
(4) [For Students selecting Directorial roles] Royalty-Free One Act Plays Library – A short list will be provided by 30 May 2018 or you may search online – http://www.one-act-plays.com/comedies/
Challenging and terrifying but most of all exhilarating. The relationship between the Director and the Actor is fraught with danger but ultimately the greatest and most satisfying challenge in theatre making.
In this workshop you’ll explore the process of taking a piece of text and developing it into a finished performance. As either an actor or a director you’ll learn more about yourself and even more about each other.
Together you will look at character development, script analysis and planning as tools to develop your world on stage.
Above all, you will identify and develop your own traits as a director or actor as you gain hands on experience of working together.
Public Showcase Dates
The workshop culminates in a paid performance for the public. Participant-Actors will be paid a percentage of the box office.
Thu, 19 July 2018, 8pm
Fri, 20 July 2018, 8pm
Sat 21 July 2018, 2pm and 8pm
Sun 22 July 2018, 2pm
There will be a end-of semester potluck session on Sunday 22 July 2018, from 6pm onwards. All are welcome
Who is this workshop for?
This workshop is open to anyone from all backgrounds.
We welcome actors and directors of all levels and experience levels.
Minimum age for admission is 13 and above.
Payment Plans are available. Email us at email@example.com.
- Script Analysis
- Identifying your goals
- Planning your process
- Directing Scenework
- Character exercises
Kamil Haque is the founder and Artistic Director of Haque Centre of Acting & Creativity. After 8 years working & coaching in LA Kamil returned to Singapore in 2013 to establish HCAC. He graduated top of his class from the American Musical & Dramatic Academy with a BA(Hons) in Acting. He is also the first and only Asian to be given the privilege to train and then coach at the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute. Kamil has also been a working observer at the world-renowned The Actor’s Studio, Head Acting Instructor at East West Players and Global Internship Director at the Company of Angels. To date, Kamil has coached over 1000 students, many of which have appeared on stage as well as in film, television shows & national commercials around the world. Please also see this link.
- Interaction between the Director and the Actors
- Analysis of text and performance
- Development of planning process
- Character development
- Gain confidence in directing a cast
29 May 2018