An investigation of Mask Performance Technique &
The work of the Physical / Transformative Actor
Weekend Workshop March 11 & 12, 2017
How do we transform ourselves into the other? When one puts on a mask, one assumes the responsibility of bringing it to life by engaging in physical action—not merely animating it, but giving one’s self up to the service of that which it demands of us. The actors, in order to play a mask (the other), becomes a physical conduit that allows the mask to resonate.
Mask / Michael Chekhov
The work with masks is taught by Pratik Motwani. Ted Pugh and Fern Sloan will be addressing the psycho-physical aspect of the Michael Chekhov technique through the basic fundamentals. You can read more about our faculty on our ‘faculty‘ page.
When & Where
March 11 & 12, 2017
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
The tuition for the weekend is $250.
How to Register
Admission is on a rolling basis. To sign up we request a $50 deposit, payable online. Your non-refundable deposit reserves your space and can be applied to future workshops should you need to cancel. To enroll click the button below; you will receive an email confirmation. Space is limited.
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.