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Spanish Plays - online acting workshop for beginners, Theatre Gym

  • East, Online
  • combined arts, film, interdisciplinary arts, libraries, literature, theatre
  • Tal Jakubowiczova talgig@gmail.com

Description

"What is life? A fantasy?

A prize we seek so eagerly

That proves to be illusory?

I think life is but a dream

And even dreams not what they seem."

/ Life is a Dream by Pedro Calderón de la Barca.

Discover monologues from the Spanish Golden Age.

Learn how to interpret their poetic language and perform them in a believable and fun way.

Amanda, one of our most favourite teachers picks a few of her favourite plays, written in her mother tongue, Spanish and translated into English.

Put your hands (and soul) onto some juicy Spanish roles.

Because Shakespeare wasn't the only one writing fantastic theatre long ago.

This class is for beginners,

No acting experience required!

and you don't need to speak Spanish.


Amanda Vilanova

Hello! My name is Amanda.

I am an actress, writer and Drama/Spanish tutor. I have trained as a performer in my home country, Puerto Rico and have an MA in acting from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

I have worked on stage and screen as well as written and produced my own work.

I absolutely love teaching and playing with texts to discover new things about literature and art.

I am so looking forward to working and exploring my favourite works with you!

Saturday 5th December, Online

For more details and to book this or other Theatre Gym classes:

https://www.theatregym.co.uk/classes/Spanish-Plays

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