These engaging sessions with Babel Theatre’s Artistic Director Daniel Fernandez explore tools and techniques for beginner and advanced actors to explore their physicality and approach characters in a creative but structured way...
This space also offers an open opportunity for participants to seek advice about developing their acting skills.
Beginners can explore:
Theatrical presence: How to build your energy on the stage.
Quality of movement, tonic state and tricks.
Finding the truth in your acting.
Advanced actors can explore:
The creative possibilities of your body to express emotions: The psychological gesture.
How to ignite the intuitive process with the role's characterisation.
Class numbers for this short course are restricted to 9 students (in accordance with Level 2 restrictions), so you'll receive loads of attention and individualised training!
Teaching artist Daniel Fernandez Is the Artistic Director of Babel Theatre, a theatre collective that uses cultural diversity as a powerful creative tool. Babel recently staged a successful season of The Wall, exploring migration, at TAPAC. An experienced actor, Daniel has performed in many theatre productions, including The Wall, Ay Carmela, The Apple and Moonbridge. His TV credits include The Luminaries and The Tender Trap. Daniel has studied at the Cuarta Pared Acting Academy, Estupendos Estupidos Clown Academy and Remiendo Teatro Acting Academy in Spain.