IT'S Spring Class: Tennessee Williams
Thursdays 18:00-21:00 (February 7 - May 16)
Do you want improvise with your whole body and emotional range on stage?
Tennessee Williams is considered one of top American playwrights of the 20th century. He portrayed the American South in 1940s to 60s with great theatrical tension. And now you get the chance to improvise in his style.
You will learn to play strong characters from different social backgrounds, to have an intense presence on the stage, and to create tension in the air with both your body and language. Everything is played in a Southern setting with themes of forbidden love, unfulfilled dreams, and increasing insanity. Sweaty characters, who are trapped together, fill the air with lust and violence, but forced restraint, which is great fun to improvise.
Tennessee Williams is one of the most rewarding styles to play, so don’t miss this opportunity!
As a student of this class you will have the opportunity to perform in the IT'S Class Shows
Dates: Thursdays, February 7 - May 16 (No class on: April 18)
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 December 31 and take 500 SEK off your course fee!)
Teacher: Adam Wern
Adam has taught more than 25 improv courses since 2010, including drama, long-form, and many popular year-long productions. He puts great value on working together as a group, playing a full emotional range and exploring topics that really matter.
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