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Acting Workshop - Chekhov

For you theatre folks...working with Z is an amazing experience that I cannot recommend highly enough...



TUTA THEATRE CHICAGO

Early Spring Classes 2009
Only 3 Spots left!
MASTER CLASS: CHEKHOV SCENE STUDY with Zeljko Djukic
Mondays, March 2nd - April 20th, 2009

6:30-9:30pm
Eight weeks

This master class is focused on the exploration of an actor's movement. Using TUTA's approach to devising a unique process for each project or workshop, this class will help you learn the language of theatrical space and discover how an impulse triggers movement, and a movement expresses emotion and tension.

To Register:
Admittance by instructor approval only

For consideration please submit H/R to jackie@tutato.com
Class Size: Limited to 12 students
Price: $250 for eight weeks

ZELJKO DJUKIC is Artistic Director of TUTA, where he has staged Heiner Müller's Quartet, Peter Handke's The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other, original adaptations of Caroll's Alice books and Saint-Exupéry's Little Prince, Pushkin's Mozart and Salieri, Jean-Luc Lagarce's Rules for Good Manners in the Modern World, Aristophanes' Birds, Dawkins' Still Life In Color, Markovic's Tracks, Lagarce's It's Only The End of The World, Chekhov's Uncle Vanya, Shakespeare's The Most Excellent Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Often inspired by the aesthetics of the silent film and early American vaudeville, Djukic and his actors invent energetic movement sequences, creating poignant images where gestures and actions enhance or frame the text. Djukic taught acting at Belgrade's Drama Arts School for two years. He also conducted advanced acting classes, workshops and seminars at The Second City, University of Maryland, Missouri State University, Virginia Commonwealth University, and JMU Summer Drama Program in London.

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