Masterclass – Works of Chekhov and Ibsen
Scene work from the pays of Anton Chekhov and Henrik Ibsen.
This special version of the Anthony Skuse Masterclass is an opportunity to delve into the works of Anton Chekhov and Henrik Ibsen. Anthony Skuse is attuned to the history, style and language of many classic and contemporary plays, and will focus this masterclass on scenes from Chekhov and Ibsen. This course is a chance to re-engage with the fundamental tools of the craft. It’s an opportunity to stretch your skill set so that you feel more confident and equiped to confidently take on the challenges of more contemporary texts.
Anthony is one of Sydney’s most respected directors, a real actors’ director. His insight will give each participant a hands on understanding of his process, as well as keeping your acting fit and ready to approach your next theatre audition with a fresh perspective.
This series is ideal for actors who are also interested in direction.
It is invite only, with the highest standard being sought, a place on the course is not guaranteed.
Each week will involve:
- Scene each week prepared prior to class, rehearsed for minimum three hours!
- Feedback and direction from Anthony, with group participation.
- Specific focus on scene technique, script analysis & Anthony’s process.
By working closely with Anthony, you will learn, develop, practice and be held accountable for Anthony’s work. This course will sharpen your skills and excite you to keep learning. You will achieve:
- A greater understanding of some of the works of Modern American plays and styles.
- Deep dive into text analysis & character analysis.
- Familiarity towards Anthony’s work & how he views acting.
- Accountability for practice and performance which funnels you towards a more professional work ethic.
Skuse is a master director and, as often follows, a master teacher. He makes you feel safe to explore, but challenges you to take risks at the same time. I’ve loved the work I’ve done with Skusie, and I can’t wait to do more.
– Erica Lovell (A Place to Call Home, Sea Patrol)
When: 4 x Tuesdays
Dates: 24th November – 15th December 2020
Time: 7pm – 10pm
Venue: 18 City Rd, Chippendale, NSW 2008
Participants: 12 Maximum
Price: $276.00 incl GST (members receive 10% off)
|Session 1||Tuesday 24th November 2020||7pm – 10pm|
|Session 2||Tuesday 1st December 2020||7pm – 10pm|
|Session 3||Tuesday 8th December 2020||7pm – 10pm|
|Session 4||Tuesday 15th December 2020||7pm – 10pm|
|*Please arrive at 6.45pm latest for a 7pm start|
How To Pay & Instalment Option: The easiest way to pay is by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) using the bank details on the invoice (please quote the invoice number in the transfer information), or by simply clicking the ‘pay online’ link also on the invoice (bank fees apply). You will be email an invoice upon acceptance into the program. Payment is due no later than the due date stated on the invoice, however if you would like to pay in instalments please call or email the office to arrange the dates and amounts you will pay. Please note full payment of the course is due by the time the course finishes. You can start payment instalments at anytime upon receipt of the invoice.
About Anthony Skuse
Anthony is a director, dramaturge and teacher.Anthony’s directing credits include: Chekhov’s Seagull (Secret House); Play Without a Title (AFTT, Belvoir Downstairs); Simon Stephens’ Birdland (New Theatre); Sarah Kane’s 4.48 Psychosis (Old Fitz); Simon Stephens’ Herons (ISA) Suzie Miller’s Sunset Strip (Uncertainty principle) Griffin; Melita Rowston’s Between the Streetlight and the Moon (Mophead Production); Bathsheba Doran’s Mystery of Love and Sex (Darlinghurst Theatre); Charlotte Jones’ Airswimming (The Vaults, London);Tadeusz Słobodzianek’s Our Class (AFTT, Belvoir Downstairs); Nick Enright’s Man With Five Children (Darlinghurst Theatre Company); Katy Warner’s Dropped (Old Fitz); Christopher Harley’s Blood Bank (Ensemble Theatre); Jane Bodie’s Fourplay & Ride (Darlinghurst Theatre Company); José Rivera’s The House of Ramon Iglesia (MopHead Productions); Suzie Miller’s Caress/Ache (Griffin Theatre Company); Jessica Bellamy’s Shabbat Dinner (Rock Surfers); Chekhov’s Platonov (ATYP Selects); Nick Payne’s Constellations(Darlinghurst Theatre Company); Diana Son’s Stop Kiss (Unlikely Productions); Bite Me (ATYP); Simon Stephens’ On the shore of the wide world (Griffin Independent); Amy Hertzog’s 4000 Miles (Under the Wharf, Sydney & La Boite, Brisbane); Stephens’ Punk Rock (Under the Wharf) three Sydney Theatre Awards including Best Independent Production and Best Direction.
Apply For The Course
Please send an expression of interest including your C.V. to email@example.com or use the below form. Please note the course is by invitation only. If accepted we shall send out an application form with all the course information. Notification for acceptance will be made no later than one week before course commencement.
If offered your place will only be held once payment is received in full. Failure to do so will forfeit your place on the course. For more information or queries please don’t hesitate to call on (02) 9212 0522 or alternatively email us on the above address.
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- Address: 18 City Rd, Chippendale NSW 2008
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