This is a workshop about making every word, and every silence, count.
Working with soundtracks, rhythms of language and theatrical staging, we’ll focus on telling stories that really matter, both to us and the audience. Even before they open their mouths, characters can speak volumes about power, chemistry and the lives they inhabit.
Improvisers are already articulate, witty and interesting, so talking is rarely a problem! However, by giving the words we say greater weight and space, we can create scenes that are infinitely richer, funnier, and bolder. Talk less. Say more.
About the Teacher
Charlotte Gittins is an actor, documentary maker and BAFTA Rocliffe-winning writer. She is a graduate of the Central School of Speech & Drama. Charlotte has worked for BBC, featured in a number of short films and plays, and, when nobody’s looking, has been known to sneak surreptitiously behind-the-scenes to make BBC arts, music and history films. In recent months, Charlotte has appeared at major festivals across the world, performed her début solo show at the Edinburgh Fringe, and acted by candlelight in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at Shakespeare’s Globe.
Charlotte is a member of the cast of Austentatious.