Michael Chekhov Acting Technique Workshop

From : 07/08/2017 To : 25/08/2017
Start time : 5:00 PM End time : 8:00 PM

Theatre Group : Acting Studio Mumbai
Faculty : Ravi Sharma NSD Alumnus
Venue : 822, Think Tank Global
Opp. Lane of Vaghad Visha Hall Adarsh Nagar, Andheri West
Mumbai - 400053, Maharashtra, India

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Highlights of the Workshop:

Complexes, Awareness and Events
Purposes and Formation of Consciousness
Action and Justification
Internal Action, Impulse and Sense Data
Imagination, Concentration, Observation, Rhythm
Psychological gesture and its practical application
Physical- psychological exercises
Centre of Impulse
Characterization and Incorporation
Imaginary time and space and Atomosphere
Creating an Imaginary body and learning to inhabit it
Voice, Speech and Diction
Scene Work and Scene Analysis
How to Audition for TV and Film
Solo and Ensemble Performance

There are limited SEATS- Won't admit more than 10 students. Take your chance to learn from the Master Teacher and other NSD Alumni.

Note that it is a TEN DAYS Intensive Schedule and Admission is strictly based on personal interview and Registration.

Chekhov was a student of the great acting teacher Stanislavski. After studying with him for several years, Chekhov concluded that many aspects of the Stanislavski method of creating a role were potentially unnecessary. Michael Chekhov was an actor, director, and teacher who was determined to develop a clear and accessible acting approach. During his lifetime, his ideas were often viewed as too radical and mystical. Over the past decade however, the Chekhov method of actor training has enjoyed an expansion of interest. Chekhov began to design his own approach which placed heavy emphasis on imagination and movement. He developed what became known as the 'psychological gesture'. Noted actor Jack Nicholson, while receiving his Golden Globe Award, and Anthony Hopkins, have both acknowledged the power of Michael Chekhov's power of Psychological Gesture.


Ravi Sharma is a senior Alumnus of two of the most prestigious institutes for theatre in India- Department of Indian Theatre, Punjab University (1973-74), and National School of Drama (1974-77). He has also undergone training in Film and Television Direction at FTII, Pune (1977-78) and later at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting, New York. He mastered the Michael Chekhov Technique of Acting. He is an accomplished actor and director with experience of over 40 years in theatre, film, television and Radio. A Resource person with South East Asian Countries' Theatre Ensamble; he is a renowned acting coach and has taught a generation of actors both in India and abroad.
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