Workshop: Michael Chekhov technique in actor movement and dance

Sunday 11th September 2016, 10am-1pm

Goldsmiths, University of London

 A space for practical exploration and discussion, this (free) workshop examines the ways in which Chekhov technique is used by movement practitioners working in actor movement, dance, and the spaces in between.

Image: Katerina Kotti

Image: Katerina Kotti

Chaired by Roanna Mitchell (University of Kent), the workshop will include

The workshop is for anyone with a practical interest in the field of movement and Chekhov technique. Previous experience of the technique is not a requirement, as part of our aim is to broaden the network and share practice.

This workshop is part of a whole series of events under the heading Michael Chekhov in the Twenty First Century: New Pathways, a cross-institutional event in collaboration with Michael Chekhov UK. For a full programme and details on how to book, please follow this link and scroll down the page: http://www.michaelchekhov.org.uk/michael-chekhov-in-the-twenty-first-century-new-pathways/

For more on the project, and the production of The Little Prince associated with this work, see my project page ‘New Pathways’.