Search Results for 'Michael Chekhov'

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Workshops for actors

TWO INTENSIVE weekend workshops for actors will take place during July and August with leading Galway theatre practitioners - actress Sarah O'Toole and actor/director Max Hafler.

Galway Actors Workshop summer term

THE GALWAY Actors Workshop will begin its summer term of classes for adults next month in the Anno Santo Hotel in Salthill.

Galway Film Centre’s actors’ workshops

TV DIRECTOR Anne McCabe and actor/director Sarah O’Toole are coming to the Galway Film Centre this month to host a series of actors’ workshops.

Experience Shakespeare through Chekhov

SHAKESPEARE’S MEASURE For Measure will be the subject of an actors’ masterclass from Theatrecorp actor and director Max Hafler.

Core Theatre College: First professionally run theatre training in west of Ireland

This year, Galway is going to get its first professional part-time theatre school. Amazingly, Galway does not have such a school despite its international theatrical reputation. Core Theatre College offers a serious 10-week foundation course for actors with 20 hours training per week in core theatre subjects such as voice, movement and acting technique. There will also be masterclasses in skills like Commedia Dell’Arte, mask work, singing, directing and stage combat.

Acting workshops with Max Hafler

THE THEATRE director, playwright, and teacher Max Hafler will give two intensive actors’ masterclasses and workshops in Galway Arts Centre in February and March.

Acting classes and workshops

SARAH O’TOOLE, a former member of Galway Youth Theatre and a graduate of the Gaiety School of Acting, will be giving acting classes for adults in Galway starting next week.

Weekend of theatre masks, music and dance at Cuffesgrange

The Orchard Theatre Company, will stage a spectacular evening of theatrical entertainment showcasing the genres of ballet, opera and Shakespearian drama.

New York acting experts take to the stage at NUIG

Acting teachers from around the world will visit NUI Galway in January as the university hosts a five-day workshop by the New York-based Michael Chekhov Association (MICHA).


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