Michael Chekhov and Beckett
[closed, was 12/3 & 12/4, 2016]
Eh Joe? – A Weekend Workshop in the Michael Chekhov Technique
Working with a text by Beckett and Michael Chekhov’s
Psychological Gesture, Imagination and Atmosphere.
Joe … Joe … Thought of everything? … Forgotten nothing? … You’re all right now, eh?
… No one can see you now …. No one can get at you now …. Eh Joe?
When & Where
in Hudson, NY
11:00am-1:00pm Session 1
2:30pm-5:30pm Session 2
10:00am-1:00pm Session 3
2:30pm-5:30pm Session 4
We are working with Samuel Beckett’s short piece “Eh Joe”. You will be emailed a copy of the text upon registration.
Fern Sloan, Ted Pugh and Ragnar Freidank.
For more information on our faculty, please visit our ‘faculty‘ page.
The tuition for the weekend is $250.
How to Apply
Admission is on a rolling basis; the workshop is limited to 12 actors. To apply, please go to our ‘admission‘ page.
Getting to Hudson
Hudson is a 2-hour train ride from NYC along a scenic route with magnificent vistas of the Hudson River. Book in advance for cheaper tickets at www.amtrak.com (1-800-USA-RAIL). The school is located at 360 Warren Street (3rd floor) in the center of Hudson, walking distance from the train station.
For additional information feel free to contact us.
Jerzy Grotowski on Michael Chekhov’s book “To the Actor” (told by Ted Pugh)