monday 17 to friday 21st june 2019
3 – 7 pm daily for 5 days. Registration required (see below)
Acting Workshop – this 5 day theatre workshop will be conducted by Hurmat Ali Khan and will consist of a unique blend of learning through
- Character studies of actors/actresses in films. Shahid Kapoor in Haider, Al Pacino in Dog Day Afternoon.
- Characterization - The act of changing voice, body language, movement, gesture etc when in a role. This workshop will teach you the skills to portray a character consistently throughout a performance.
- Method acting – this workshop will train you in techniques that seek to encourage sincere and emotionally expressive performances as developed by Stanislavsky and brought into prominence by Elia Kazan and Lee Strasberg and is associated with actors such as Marlon Brando and Dustin Hoffman.
- Psychology and theatre – the participants will learn the use of psychology and to translate concepts like Sensation, Perception, and Memory; Learning, Motivation and Emotion, in the development of a stage personality.
On the last day of the course participants will be invited to do a short presentation to use all aspects of what they have learnt. Friends, relations can be invited for the performances of the participants. The performances will be from 6.30 to 7.30 pm on 21.6.2019.
Registration - There will be a charge of Rs 3000/- for the entire 5 day workshop. Registration is essential by 15th June 2019.
Call Hurmat Ali Khan at +91 99991 30191 or email email@example.com
If there are fewer than 5 participants the workshop will be cancelled and the money refunded.
Hurmat Ali Khan is a young actor/director aspiring to bridge the gap between the traditional and modern theatre. He graduated from Shri Ram Centre for Performing Arts (2014-16). He is also associated with Sri Ram Centre Repertory, Director K. Madaven and Director/Actor Jatin Sarna, K.S. Rajendran, Sameep Singh, Vikas Bahari & Rajesh Tiwari, he has also acted in more than 50 plays that include 2 web series (Vidroh Aabhas). He is also interested in Filmmaking and has made one feature film “Halaahal”.
He runs a theatre group “QAAF”, and has produced and directed several plays showcasing the stories of Saadat Hassan Manto, Ismat Chughtai and Henrik Ibsen. He has also presented Hamlet, Macbeth, Tughlaq, Veer Abhimanyu and many others.