22nd June 2019
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Specifically developed for disabled actors and performers, but suitable for everyone, this Laban movement/voice work workshop focuses on the 8 Efforts (press, punch, float, glide, dab, flick, slash and wring) - into vocal variety/expressiveness exploration. Finding new ways to energetically use the body and voice. This will lead to some improvisation using these vocal characteristics in character work.
Offered in collaboration with Spotlight.
8 Places will be held for Spotlight members. These can be booked via Spotlight and Spotlight members will be emailed with a booking link 31 May, places are FREE and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
If you require a BSL interpreter for this session please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nina Zendejas is an International voice coach specialising in accent and dialect, and native to the United States. Currently working as the Head of Voice at Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts (MT) in London, voice over artist (represented by WIsebuddah), and freelance production coach. Nina has worked internationally between the USA and UK on numerous productions/film including Strictly Come Dancing (BBC), Playboy of the Western World, How I learned to Drive (Southwark Playhouse) Obama-ology (Finborough Theatre), London, Let’s get Visceral! (Viscera Theatre/The Vaults), Stone’s in His Pockets (Lyric Stage), and Invasion/Bocon (Apollinaire Theater). As a voiceover artist she has voiced for international companies such as Lego, Sky Sports, Dove, Baileys, and many more. Nina’s synthesis of voice pedagogy and performer training allows for an intimate understanding of an actor’s needs.
If you have any accessibility requirements please do let us know.