“The session was packed and varied which meant the value for money was excellent.”
– The Studio attendee
Bring our Elizabethan theatre into your home with this three-hour introduction to the principles of performance at the Globe.
Each online workshop starts with a virtual tour of the Globe Theatre and uses Zoom break out rooms to facilitate practical exercises in pairs and small groups.
Working online sharpens the focus on working with Shakespeare’s texts and using his powerful language to communicate without theatrical scaffolding.
Whether you are new to working with Shakespeare or have a lot of previous experience, these sessions provide a supportive space to explore, play and connect creatively with peers, guided by our experienced Globe Faculty.
THE STUDIO ONLINE: HOW DOES IT WORK?
Your ticket is valid for one individual to join the online workshop on one device.
You cannot book this workshop unless you have registered with The Studio at Shakespeare’s Globe and the ticket must be booked by the individual who will be participating in the workshop.
You will be sent a pre-visit email one week before the event with details of the texts being used in the session (they do not need to be memorised). If you have booked within a week of the event, this email will be sent the day after your booking.
A second pre-visit email with a unique link and joining instructions will be sent to you the day of the event. You will need access to a reliable internet connection and to be able to join a Zoom meeting.
Please ensure you arrive a couple of minutes in advance of the start time. The Zoom meeting will be locked after 10 minutes and latecomers will not be admitted.
No recording or photography will be permitted throughout the session.
Please purchase one ticket per individual.
A £2.50 transaction fee per order applies online
This event is online and you join from home.
Duration: 3 hours – with a short break in each
Capacity: 12 individuals per session
To book into this session you need to be a professional actor registered with The Studio at Shakespeare’s Globe.
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