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A SERIES of classes using the Michael Chekhov Technique will take place during October and November, hosted by one of Galway's leading theatre directors Max Hafler.
ACTOR'S WORKSHOPS centring on the Michael Chekhov technique will be taught by the actor, director, and teacher Max Hafler, in NUI Galway, during weekends in March, April, and May.
“IF MUSIC be the food of love, play on, Give me excess of it; that surfeiting, the appetite may sicken, and so die.” Spoken by Duke Orsino, this is the most famous line from Shakespeare's Twelfth Night.
ACTING CLASSES using the Michael Chekhov Technique, will take place over four days in NUI Galway and explore atmosphere and how it affects the qualities and power of a character's agency in a play.
WITH THE Galway Theatre Festival having wound down on Sunday, it was time for the Cúirt International Festival of Literature to take the baton in Galway’s annual cultural relay race.
CURRENTLY RUNNING at Druid’s Mick Lally Theatre, Max Hafler’s terrific production of Euripides’ The Bacchae attests to the gifted student talent of NUI Galway’s Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance and Chekhov Training and Performance Ireland.
THE BACCHAE, by the ancient Greek playwright Euripides, considered one of the greatest plays of all time, first performed in Athens, in 405 BC, powerfully dramatises the conflict between the emotional and rational sides of the human psyche.
MICHAEL CHEKHOV believed the job of the actor was to make the intangible, tangible, and to reveal the invisible to the audience, and his technique continues to be taught to actors today.
GALWAY THEATRE director and teacher Max Hafler is offering a series of weekend training workshops based on the theories and techniques of Michael Chekhov from Friday April 8 to 10.
IT HAS been many years since Bertolt Brecht’s The Caucasian Chalk Circle has been seen in Galway so this new production, by NUIG and Core Theatre College, is very welcome – all the more so as director Max Hafler and his young cast do a great job.