All About The Other; Listening, Connecting and Playing with your Scene Partner1 Day Masterclass
Saturday 9 October
13:00 – 18:00
This workshop aims to help the actor move away from their head and move into their instinctive body. When we start to notice, respond to, and play with our scene partner in the present moment we truly step into a realm where anything is possible, and theatre starts to live. Giving our attention to the other means giving up control, and therefore involves true collaboration, artistry and cost. Drawing on exercises from Meisner, Donnelan and Rodenburg this workshop will help you develop practice that is generous, responsive and specific, and continually enjoy a sense of creative freedom.
Paloma is a theatre maker, performer and teacher from Bristol.
Directing credits include:
Fix Us (Soho Theatre), Five Humans (Lyric Hammersmith Studio), Spud (Battersea Arts Centre), Stud (Vault Festival), Whale Angel (Branoul Theatre, Holland)
Associate/ Assistant directing credits include:
Terror (Lyric Hammersmith &Australian Tour), Seventeen, Aladdin, Shopping and F***ing, Bugsy Malone-Oliver Nominated (Lyric Hammersmith), Re-Awakening (Access All Areas- Jackson Lane)
As a Creative Enabler: Faith, Hope and Charity (Alexander Zeldin Company in association with the National Theatre/ Odéon- Théâtre de l’Europe/ Wiener Festwochen)
Paloma is the co-founder of BareFace; an anarchic collective of disabled and neuro diverse actors. BareFaceshows have toured to the Kings Head, Watford Palace, Pleasance, Underbelly Edinburgh and Vault festival.
Paloma is a UK member of the Fringe Wives Club. Their show has won multiple awards including Mervyn Stutter Spirit of the Fringe Award at Edinburgh Fringe, Best Cabaret at Adelaide Fringe, Moose Head Award at Melbourne International Comedy Festival
Acting credits include; E4’s ‘Chewing Gum’, Showtime series ‘The Borgias’ Dir. Neil Jordan
Teaching includes: Associate Dean & MA Course Leader (ALRA), Acting tutor (Arts Ed), Yoga teacher (Villa Lena)