Script Work with Nerodiversity
This performance has taken place in the past
With Katherine Heath
This is a call out to the members of the brilliant Neuro-diverse* actors club! (*Dyslexic, Dyspraxic, ADHD)
I would like to invite you to join me and (hopefully) fellow members of the club to a safe and creative space to discuss, explore, share and teach how we negotiate and navigate our way around text and line-learning and translating it into performance.
No brain is the same. My neurodiverse brain is not necessarily going to have the answers you need. I would like to offer suggestions and give you a platform to ask the questions you need to voice. You know your brain better than I do, so come armed with your methods, ideas and burning creativity.
I cannot wait to meet you all!
To get the most out of the workshop, and to be respectful to the neurodiverse community, please only sign up to attend this workshop if you identify as neurodiverse.
Katherine Heath is a Voice, Accent and Acting Coach and Professional Actor. As a RADA graduate, she has appeared at the RSC, in the West End and for the last fifteen years she has worked extensively in theatre, film, television and radio. She trained as a Voice and Accent Coach on the MFA in Voice Studies course at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama; this is where she was diagnosed with her Neurodiversity. For the past 15 years she has developed a successful private coaching portfolio of students and acting clients. She has taught acting and voice at RADA, LAMDA, Guildhall, RCSSD, LIPA and Drama Studio London. Katherine’s specialist areas and research focuses on the neuro-diverse actor/acting student. Specifically aiding the dyslexic/dyspraxic/ADD actor in voice, acting and accent work.