Improvisation can be a valuable tool during rehearsal to aid character development, and explore elements of backstory not noted in the source material. Working with facilitator and director Luke Osborne, Get Acting participants will explore a variety of methods to approach creating fully rounded and unique characters inspired by well-known theatrical works.
Tuesdays, 1 - 2.30pm
3, 17 November
These sessions will take place in the Steven Pimlott Building onsite at Chichester Festival Theatre, and due to social distancing measures are limited to 14 spaces only.
All of our Get Into It! sessions this term cost £40. We never want cost to be a barrier for anyone who wants to attend. If you would like to find out more about our bursary scheme, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Luke Osborne is a freelance theatre practitioner, a professionally trained actor and a former Education Trainee of Chichester Festival Theatre (1999-2000). Luke graduated from the BA (HONS) Acting course at The Royal Central School Of Speech And Drama in 2005 and has worked on a wide range of productions in his capacity as an actor. For nearly 20 years Luke has enjoyed working with adults and children alike, helping them to develop their skills and interests in theatre and performance.