PARTICIPANTS MUST BE COMMITTED TO ATTENDING THE FULL WORKSHOP SCHEDULE.
You must have completed an Introductory Linklater Voice workshop (online or residential) or have had previous Linklater Voice training through the entire progression with a Designated Linklater Voice Teacher. You need to be Fluent enough in English to follow Anne’s instructions.
In this intensive workshop, you will review, clarify and deepen your connection to the exercises in the entire Linklater voice progression. Not only will you go into more depth, but you will also explore new exercises designed to awaken a sensory, imagistic and embodied relationship with your voice. You will continue to free the connection between your thoughts, your feelings and your voice and apply this to speaking a speech, a poem or text of your choice. Lots of individual attention will be given to participants in this workshop.
The exercises include adapted physical movements from many somatic disciplines, such as floor relaxation, arm swings and other activities. All these can be adjusted to individual physical needs.
What Do I Need:
Space: enough floor space to stretch your arms and legs out, whether on the floor or whilst standing.
Loose comfortable clothing suitable for physical exercise: No belts. No jeans.
You will be asked to upload a copy of your text and an English translation (if applicable) at least 14 days before the workshop start date via the additional pack which will be sent out from our information platform. Please have this ready to upload as a pdf and a copy can always be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 18-hour workshop runs 7 hours per day – Friday, Saturday and Sunday 14, 16, 16th April 2023.
One session per day, with a one-hour break for lunch. Any additional comfort breaks will be agreed upon within the workshop:
BST – 4 pm – 7 pm – break – 8 pm – 11 pm
EDT – 11 am – 2pm – break – 3 pm – 6 pm
PDT – 8 am – 11 am – break – 12 pm – 3 pm
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Designated Linklater Teacher:
Anne Brady is a Professor in the Theatre Department at Binghamton University (SUNY) where she is Head of the Acting/Directing Program and teaches Voice, Movement and Acting to both undergraduate and graduate students. She has been a Designated Linklater Voice Teacher since 2003 and a founding member of KLVC. At Binghamton University, Anne has directed over 20 plays and musicals and served as a voice/text coach and dialect coach on numerous other productions. Anne has often been part of the Voice & Text faculty at Shakespeare & Company’s Month-Long Intensive Training Program for Actors as well as their Summer Training Institute. In addition to in-depth training in voice and Shakespeare with Kristin Linklater, Anne has extensive training in a variety of acting techniques, physical theatre, and somatic methodologies. She also maintains a private practice coaching actors as well as training business professionals to become more confident, expressive and inspiring communicators.