Fear and Confidence
Term 1 Dates 2023 - Tuesday 14 February - Tuesday 4 April 7:15pm - 9:15pm @ The Court Theatre, Addington
Price: $175 (8 classes)
An opportunity to develop performance and creative thinking skills. Each term runs for 8 sessions and is taken by a professional theatre maker, participants will learn skills in acting, text analysis, voice, devising, audition technique and how to work creatively as part of a group.
Term One is about tackling all the snags that get in the way of us performing at our best. A back to basics approach where students will work on tools and tricks to better memorise their script, get on top of vocal technique, build confidence, and overcome fear. The term will culminate in a solo performance, where students can apply all the techniques they've practised in the previous weeks and learn to embrace imperfection.
About the Teaching Artist Ben Freeth
Ben has immersed himself in theatre since graduating from the National Academy of Singing and Dramatic Art (NASDA) with a Bachelor of Performing Arts.
His previous Court Theatre credits as an actor include Romeo and Juliet; Mary Poppins; Cops and Robbers; Legally Blonde the Musical; The Ugly Duckling; Chicago; Titus Andronicus; Jesus Christ Superstar; Les Liaisons Dangereuses; The Wind in the Willows, Jersey Boys, Little Shop of Horrors and Flagons and Foxtrots. His other theatre credits include Once on Chunuk Bair (Imagine Charitable Trust); RAP-unzel; Botfarm 2014 (New Zealand Playhouse); Mamma Mia; and Les Misérables (Showbiz Christchurch); Madagascar the Musical (GMG Productions).
His directing credits include Time Machine; Crash Bash: Reaction; Crash Bash: What's the Rush?; Crash Bash: What If? (The Court Theatre); The Isolation Mixtape and The Isolation Mixtape Vol. 2 (Blackboard Theatre Collective).
Ben and a number of his talented colleagues founded the Christchurch-based theatre company, Blackboard Theatre Collective. He is a proud member of Equity New Zealand.
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