Pure Movement with Jackie Snow

Finding your Voice with Barbra Houseman one day workshop

In this one day workshop, Jackie will be sharing her Pure Movement work for actors. The workshop is open to anyone with any level of experience who is interested in learning this world-class technique.

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Dates

Sunday 31st March 2019
(10am to 5pm including breaks.)

Workshop Leader

Barbra Houseman

jackie snowJackie Snow is a choreographer, movement director and teacher of actors. For over two decades she has been training actors for both the stage and screen. She specialises in movement, acrobatics and historical dance.

Originally she trained student actors at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama before becoming Head of Movement at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

She also works with professional actors, coaching movement and choreography. In this capacity her work includes three seasons at Shakespeare's Globe with Mark Rylance and with Peter Hall at the Rose Theatre in Kingston. Jackie has also used her considerable skills to create custom made courses for groups as diverse as medical students needing communication skills and business people to promote teambuilding.

Her film and TV work includes: All ForgottenMarie AntoinetteQuillsThe New WorldThe Lost Prince and Boys will be Girls. In 2010 Jackie was approached by Methuen Drama who needed a textbook for student actors and teachers. She has also recorded her well-tested methods in A Movement Training for Actors.

Location

This course is hosted at ALRA North, Trencherfield Mill, Wigan, WN3 4BF. For further info on our location, please click on the below image.

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Fees

£75.00 - 1 day workshop

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