10:00 am - 1:00 pm
How do actors remember all of those lines? Theatre artist and New Stage Program Coordinator Kaitlyn Rietdyk will help you find out. Come play in this workshop on Line Memorisation for theatre performance! You’ll look at different line memorisation techniques, what to do if you’re an auditory or a visual learner, and how to use your body and breath as a tool for muscle memory and word association. Use keys in the text to help those lines stick, and share the experience with others in a supportive and exploratory environment.
Maximum of 10 participants.
Not in New Stage, but interested in the workshop?
LCP Members can register for $25, and non-members for $50. Registration for the workshop will remain open until either it is filled or until June 30, 2018.
Please Note: All New Stage Workshops take place at the London Community Players' Annex Space at 523 South St, NOT at the Palace Theatre. Spots in the workshops are limited and need to be purchased in advance as some preparation may be required, as well as items brought from home. We ask that you arrive prior to the workshop start time.
Workshops spaces are only available for purchase online on a first come-first served basis. If you do not have an existing customer profile, you will need to fill one out before making your workshop purchase, including an active email address. You will receive information and correspondence regarding the workshops via email.
If the workshop you wish to attend happens to sell out before you can register, don’t despair! In the event this happens we will create a waitlist. If you wish to be placed on a waitlist for sold out New Stage workshops, you will need to email program coordinator Kaitlyn Rietdyk here. We will not be accepting waitlist requests via phone or facebook messenger.
The New Stage Program and Workshop Series is made possible by a generous grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
An agency of the Government of Ontario, the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) is one of Canada’s largest granting foundations. With a budget of over $136 million, OTF awards grants to some 1,000 projects every year to build healthy and vibrant Ontario communities.