IT'S Fall Class: Characters & Relationships

Tuesdays 18:30-21:30 (September 12 - December 12)

Characters and their relationships are the foundation of every scene. In this class you will work physically to embody different characters and develop dynamic relationships and scenes. We will also work with characters’ objectives and explore different ways that can help us have fun on stage.

Camilla Persson is an actor and director specialized in theater clowning and improv. She has a Master’s Degree in Physical Comedy and runs Dotterbolaget, a theater company that produces and performs clown shows for adults and children. Before Dotterbolaget she was the manager of Improvisation and Co for seven years and worked as an actor and teacher at Stockholms Improvisationsteater. Since 2011 Camilla has also been actively involved with Clowns Without Borders, an organization that sends artists to conflict zones all over the world to perform and play with kids. Through Clowns Without Borders, Camilla has had the honor to meet kids in orphan centers and refugee camps in Rwanda, Burma, Jordan and Iraq. She thinks that the work with different kinds of disciplines – clown, physical comedy and improv – has helped her develop as a performer and a teacher.

Dates: Tuesdays, September 12 - December 12
Time: 18:30 - 21:30
Location: Tage Granit, Crafoords Väg 14, Stockholm
Number of weeks/classes: 14
Study Hours (1 study hour = 45 min): 56
Maximum number of students: 14
Prerequisite: Improv Level 3 or equivalent + Recommendation from your teacher.
Price: 5 600 SEK (Sign up by May 15 and take 500 SEK off your course fee!)


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