18:00, Thu 20th September 2018 at Judith E. Wilson Drama Studio
This workshop is part of 'Intersections: Between Music and Theatre in Seicento Italy', a two-day conference held at the University of Cambridge, exploring the intersections between music and theatre in seventeenth-century Italy.
The two-hour Commedia dell’Arte acting workshop will be held in the Judith E. Wilson Drama Studio in the English Faculty on the Sidgwick Site of the University of Cambridge (9 West Road, CB3 9DP).
One of the conference keynote speakers, Prof. Richard Andrews (University of Leeds), will give a short introduction to Commedia dell’Arte before the workshop.
The workshop will be lead by Ludovico Nolfi, director and theatre trainer from Rome: https://www.arsinfieri.co.uk/about
After a few warm up exercises, participants will be able to learn movements for stock characters, explore solo 'lazzi', as well as develop short improvised scenes for pairs of characters.
There is no participation fee, but advance registration is required as spaces are limited. Participation is not limited to conference attendees.
If you would like to attend the workshop, please follow this link: https://intersectionsconferencecambridge2018.wordpress.com/acting-workshop/
There will be a waiting list - please, let us know immediately if you can no longer attend.