Workshop – February 17 & 18, 2008
“All of the points of the method can be understood from the point of view of transforming the outer thing into the inner life and changing the inner life the inner life into the outer event.” M. Chekhov
Saturday & Sunday, February 17-18, 2018
@ the Michael Chekhov School, Hudson (NY)
9:30 -12:30 Session 1 | 12:30 Lunch-break | 2:30 – 5:30 Session 2
9:30 -12:30 Session 3 | 12:30 Lunch-break | 2:30 – 5:30 Session 4
The tuition for the weekend is $240.
The weekend workshop is taught by Fern Sloan, Ted Pugh and Ragnar Freidank. For more information on our faculty, please visit our ‘faculty‘ page.
Admission is on a rolling basis; the workshop is limited to 12 actors. To apply, please send us a brief note here:
Getting to Hudson:
Hudson is a 2-hour train ride from NYC along the scenic Hudson River. Book in advance for cheaper tickets at www.amtrak.com (1-800-USA-RAIL). The Michael Chekhov School is located in downtown Hudson, a short walk from the train station.
Reasonably priced housing is available at Barry Butterfield’s B&B, walking distance from the school. In addition, Hudson is offering various other accommodations in hotels etc, – or you may find private rooms through airbnb. If you don’t have a car in Hudson, make sure to book a place that is walking distance to 360 Warren Street.
For additional information, feel free to contact us.
A brief moment with Ted Pugh on the nature of the Michael Chekhov Technique
More information on the upcoming Book Project: HERE