Explore the powerful use of emotions and body movement with this best-selling Contemporary Theatre Acting Instructor -- whether you are a teacher, a parent, a Sales or Public Relations officer, a Project Leader or an actual actor, upgrade your communication skills and get your message across effectively!
Workshop Date: Sunday, 9 September 2018
Duration: 3 hours (9am-12pm)
Registration Deadline: 7 September 2018
Workshop Fee: BND 30
Include: All supplies
Venue: Conference Room, KHub, Anggerek Desa
Recommendation: Bring along your excitement and burning questions on acting. It is encouraged to wear comfortable sports attire and to bring own bottled drinks.
By the end of this workshop, you are officially #MadeInBenchLab and will know: 1) some of the world’s acting theorists, including but not limited to, Stanislavski (Method Acting), Strasberg & Brecht, 2) how to identify the different aspects of acting, including but not limited to, characterisation, voice projection, emotions, body movement, space & rhythm, 3) how to learn and apply acting theories into practice (praxis), as well as, apply traditional acting into contemporary acting, 4) how to apply knowledge in any profession, including but not limited to, teaching, public speaking & other communication-based professions, and 5) how to explore own creativity and ideas in all aspects of contemporary acting.
BenchLab Talented Instructor: Akhmal Aiman of akhmal.aiman. You’ll be learning from a contemporary visual & performing artist. He studied Acting Theories and Practices & Contemporary Theatre in National University of Singapore & Drama in Universiti Brunei Darussalam. He was taught by an actress, Nora Samosir and performer/ lecturer Dr. Maiya Murphy. In addition, he was trained and mentored by Contemporary Theatre Artistic Director Natalie Hennedige of Cake Production in Singapore. Through that, he ever taught student-oriented Applied Theatre Club for teachers-in-training at KUPUSB. Akhmal also hold the role of Director, Producer & Scriptwriter of TW!STED and Red Umbrella in UBD Performing Arts Club. In 2017, he became the TEDx Speaker with the topic, "Using Contemporary Performing Arts to Express Identity".