Thank you for attending our first online workshop on May 23, especially our guest artist Josh! We learned a lot about Stanislavski, and it’s so interesting to see how you and Noah experience his techniques from different perspectives! We’ll continue to hold a series of workshops about cross-cultural theatrical presentation and communication for theatre lovers by introducing different guest artists and organising regular relevant activities. Please keep an eye on our web, FB, ins or twitter page, we are thrilled to invite you to enjoy cross encounters journey and celebrate our playful cultural experiences!
We’re holding a series of delightful and instructional Free online workshops from this month! As part of our public program 2020, we provide cross-cultural theatrical presentation and communication for theatre lovers by introducing guest artists and organising regular relevant activities. We are thrilled to invite you to enjoy cross encounters journey and celebrate our playful cultural experiences!
In this free workshop, professional stage actor and theatre maker Joshua Lynzaat (current ensemble with Rawcus) will be sharing his experiences with Stanislavski Techniques during his career and offer insights on how we use this method in acting. Meantime there will be an interesting discussion between Josh and Noah Wang (professional stage director with Chinese background, current residential artist with Cross Encounters) comparing different understandings and practices with Stanislavski’s system in different cultural contexts.
The second half of the discussion will be open for audience Q&A and followed by a fun exercise. Whether you are totally new to theatre acting or a insider who want to discuss about Stanislavski, you are all welcome to share your questions, reflections, and concerns. It’ll be a fresh dialogue between theatre insiders and the wider community. Come and join us, have fun, express yourself, and practice some Stanislavski techniques!
The event will be held on Zoom and please check our facebook event page ( https://www.facebook.com/events/2617752138475417/) with further invitation links and password code. Alternatively, you can send us a email with the subject: workshop.
We look forward to seeing you on Zoom soon!