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CALLING ALL AMATEUR DRAMATISTS!!     

"THE ACTOR AND THE BODY" Physical Theatre
or
"FROM THE PAGE TO THE STAGE" Modern American Theatre
Venue: University of Wales, Lampeter. 7th - 13th August 2005

Wales based charity, the Drama Association of Wales, announces the launch of
its latest training project - THEATRE SUMMER SCHOOL 2005. A week-long
residential training course in which students can choose between two
courses. So why not reap the benefits of a week of working hard and playing
hard in beautiful, rural Wales. And all for the price of a last minute
bargain holiday!

FROM THE PAGE TO THE STAGE is a highly practical course which will explore
Modern American Theatre through the work of two of America's greatest
playwrights, Arthur Miller and Tennessee Williams. The sessions will be fun
and will explore the special qualities of these plays. There will also be
accent workshops to perfect your American accent.

THE ACTOR AND THE BODY is a physical theatre course which will allow the
actor to have control over his or her physical abilities in order to create
a deeper artistic expression. The focus will be on portraying thought with
the body in a stylised way, by means of articulation, three dimensional
design and rhythm for dramatic purposes.

Accommodation is in single rooms with en suite option available. The courses
are suitable for all levels of skill and experience - just bring your
enthusiasm, an open mind and be prepared to learn and enjoy.

Our flexible pricing structure means that you can book on to either course
for as little as just £340.
And that includes tuition, course notes, accommodation and all meals.

For full course details contact:
Gary Thomas, Drama Association of Wales, The Old Library, Singleton Road,
Cardiff CF24 2ET
(T) 029 2045 2200 (F) 029 2045 2277 (E) aled.daw@virgin.net

A week-long training course run by the Drama Association of Wales and
supported by the Arts Council of Wales
 
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e-mail: aled.daw@virgin.net
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