Updates from ETC/NYC:
ETC/NYC is hosting live online Rodenburg Warmups and Workouts this week!
with David Schwingle, PRA
“Lunch with Patsy” a short warm up an in-depth look at one Rodenburg exercise
(from Patsy Rodenburg’s The Actor Speaks)
with Erin Roth, PRA
A warmup that can be done before a show, audition, or at the beginning of your day
with William Ryder, PRA
A warm-down focused on releasing the spine for greater breath capacity. Includes constructive rest
with Celeste Moratti, PRA
An in-depth Rodenburg workout. Please bring a few lines of a Shakespeare speech in verse (no need to be off book)
with Justin Scalise, PRA
A comprehensive workout focused on the fundamentals of Rodenburg work: presence, body, breath, voice and speech, and how to engage the "specific imagination"
more sessions on more days & times coming soon
These sessions will be on a sliding scale with a suggested donation of $10-$20/session. All donations go toward paying PRAs and securing space for our in-person ensemble sessions in NYC!
Open to all experience levels.
From founders Erin Roth and Tamara Ivanovic:
“Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend us your ears!”
The moment has finally arrived to share with you our heartfelt endeavor to build a Classical Ensemble in New York City.
If you are interested in Rodenburg work, or in joining our Classical Ensemble, we'd like to invite you to be a part of this community online, in-person, or both!
Our intention is to build a community wherein we can meet often, both online and in-person in NYC (coming soon!), to train and hone our craft together on a weekly basis.
To begin, we hope to facilitate a robust online community of actors and Patsy Rodenburg teachers (PRAs) where we can all practice the craft together regularly, no matter our location.
Stay tuned for our first in-person offering in NYC. We will begin working as an ensemble on one Shakespeare play, meeting twice a week for 4 weeks.
(By invitation only.)
Dates and times coming soon!
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