I run workshops in Christchurch, around NZ, and internationally. Check out some testimonials from some of my past workshops.
Screen Acting: Practice, Practice, Practice, Sept-Oct 2022: CHRISTCHURCH
I am running a 6-week course on screen acting with Screen Actors Group Ōtautahi.
In this class we’ll look at script analysis, taking direction, and camera performance.
You can find full details and booking form on the Screen Actors Group Ōtautahi website.
Screen Acting: Triggers, Connection, and Engagement, Oct-Nov 2021: CHRISTCHURCH
I am running a 5-week series of screen acting workshops with Screen Actors Group Ōtautahi.
You can find full details and booking form at https://screenactors.net/schedule.php?b=1.
The Improvised Play: Saturday, 29 May 2021: SYDNEY
WORKSHOP SOLD OUT! The workshop is now full. In case someone is unable to attend I’m still accepting bookings to go on a wait-list.
In the six years since departing Sydney, I’ve been incredibly busy teaching around NZ, along with visits to Australia and the US. I’m excited to be able to visit Sydney once again, for the opportunity to work with you in a full-day workshop on the Improvised Play. This workshop is fun and engaging, and will be of special interest to those with a background in scripted acting. Just like a scripted play, the work we produce can cover any theme and style. We can improvise comedic plays and dramatic plays. We can also combine these skills to create genre works, such as a sci-fi, period drama, western, horror, or even a musical.
Two Workshops: Sunday, 7 March 2021: AUCKLAND
CANCELLED: Lockdown has meant my flight was cancelled. Will try again later in the year.
I’m back in Auckland in March with two very different, but equally valuable, workshops to help you get out of your head and into your body. These workshops will help you be more present and more engaged with the physical space. This work will give you skills that make you into the kind of improviser that the audience cannot take their eyes off. No matter what kind of improv you are into, these skills are an invaluable tool to add to your repertoire.
The Improvised Play: Saturday, 26 Sept 2020: AUCKLAND
I’m excited to be returning to Auckland, and for the opportunity to work with you in a full-day workshop on the Improvised Play. This workshop is fun and engaging. Just like a scripted play, the work we produce can cover any theme and style. We can improvise comedic plays and dramatic plays. We can also use these skills to create a sci-fi, period drama, western, horror, or even a musical.