“It gave me a whole new way to think about exploring a character.''
For both newcomers and people with some experience in Viewpoints. This popular and powerful technique takes a physical and vocal approach to creating theatre and also serves as an actor training methodology that fosters listening, focus, and collaboration. In this workshop students will work primarily with the physical Viewpoints (Spatial Relationship, Kinesthetic Response, Shape, Gesture, Repetition, Architecture, Tempo, Duration, and Topography), but will delve into some vocal Viewpoint work (Pitch, Dynamic, Acceleration/Deceleration, Silence, and Timbre) as well. Students will apply the work to short monologues and scenes. Come dressed to move.