A Guide to a Director’s Process in Rehearsal
with Dámaso Rodríguez
This 4-hour workshop is designed to share tools for being prepared, collaborative, and productive during the fast-paced professional regional theatre rehearsal process. The workshop will include: an overview of the audition room, rehearsal room, and on-set collaboration standards; textual analysis techniques for classical and contemporary scripts; an approach to the first day of rehearsal “on your feet” (i.e., Blocking Rehearsals); and simple approaches to making bold, active acting choices. This is a practical workshop that will yield results for actors, as well as directors looking for techniques to streamline their tablework or staging process.
January 14, from 5:30 to 9:30pm, Thursday (1 class)
Suggested Accompanying Classes: How to Be Your Own Director, Acting II, On Camera Acting, Acting in the Zoomiverse, or Improv for Collaborating, Creating and Connecting
Dámaso Rodríguez is in his eighth season as Artistic Director of Artists Repertory Theatre, Portland's longest-running professional theatre company, which became a member of the League of Resident Theatres (LORT) under his leadership. Plays developed during his tenure have been...read more
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