Nov, 26-28, 10 am – 6 pm
Active Participants: € 399.- / 3 days
Observers: € 99.- / 3 days
TO WHOM DOES THIS WORKSHOP ADDRESS?
Active Participants: At least 1 year of acting studies
Please send in your application for an ACTIVE PARTICIPANT spot here:
Maximum number of Active Participants: 8
Observers: Open to everyone!
Please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org or sign up for an OBSERVER SPOT here:
Maximum number of Observers: 25
With his unique approach to script analysis, Séamus McNally, New York/Berlin-based acting coach and director, helps actresses and actors explore stillness, presence and a highly evolved, effective technique for inhabiting beats and actions.
Ultimately, actresses and actors participating in this workshop leave with a solidified and elevated connection to their craft, and a refreshed confidence in their ability to deliver exceptional work on set.
Active Participants explore this effective technique by taking on a carefully selected role, from first read to a fully realised scene on camera. Observers are not just passive onlookers, but are actively engaged in the text analysis, practical exercises and feedback sessions.
Séamus McNally’s recent projects include “Orange is the New Black”, “The Night Of”, “Roots”, “Too Old to Die Young”, “Black Mirror” and numerous German feature film and TV-productions. He recently co-directed the feature film “Nothing” in Copenhagen, based on the novel by Jane Teller, and has been coaching lead actresses and actors on the sequel-series to “Silence of the Lambs” called “Clarice” as well as “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.”