HCTogether - All the World's a Stage

Jul 30, 2020


Workshop by Michael Corbidge

 

Tonight we are featuring a workshop by Michael Corbidge Senior Voice and Text Associate at the Royal Shakespeare company as he helps you to slice, dice and Crack Shakespeare’s language!

We have a fantastic number of people who are taking part this evening and we hope that everyone gains a huge amount from the experience!


Emma Wilkinson Wright

Emma Wilkinson Wright was raised in North Wales. She has been performing in theatre and film for almost a decade. Her most recent theatre credits include: Tina, Hidden (Toil and Trouble Theatre Company) The Vaults Festival;  Clytemnestra, Iphigenia in Aulis (Performance Anxiety) The Cockpit Theatre; Woman, Moonlight Strangers (Big Boots Theatre Company) Camden People's Theatre; Abigail, I'm Fine/We're Fine, (Viscous) Bloomsbury Theatre; and Jacques, As you Like It, The Monobox (dir. Owen Horsley). She will be appearing as Pauline Strauss and Martha Freud in a production of Love Genius and A Walk at Theatro Technis in the autumn and is also currently cast as Chamian in Anthony and Cleopatra for The Acting Gymnasium. Emma trained at RADA, at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and with Frantic Assembly. She has also undertaken RSC Glode Studio training.  She runs Oxia Theatre. Emma is represented by Northern Gold Personal Management.


The Attfield Theatre

The Attfield Theatre has not been idle! Keen to keep our audiences entertained and our actors busy we have been busy planning a programme of Virtual Theatre to fill the gap until we are able to perform Live!

We have been working on all things "Shakespeare" from performance pieces, to comic sketches and the occasional song.

Over the next few weeks we will be posting a host of theatrical delights for you to enjoy starting with the lovely monologue "All the worlds a stage" performed by Malcolm Lord

Do enjoy and watch out next week for a series of hilarious sketches inspired by Shakespeare


Georgia - Performing Shakespeare

Students of Drama, Maya and Georgia both reached the final of the ESU's 'Performing Shakespeare' competition which took place in London.

Georgia took on the role of Queen Margaret from Henry VI and Maya, Helena from A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Here is Georgia performing Queen Margaret from Henry VI in the final of the ESU's 'Performing Shakespeare' competition in London.


Maya - Performing Shakespeare

Here is Maya performing Helena from A Midsummer Night's Dream in the final of the ESU's 'Performing Shakespeare' competition in London.



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