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Master/Servant: The clear cut relationship by Andrew Hefler - Sunday, 01. September - 10:00 - 17:00h


About the Workshop:


A deep dive into understanding the essence of this most ancient of theatrical relationships. We will build skills of being a perfect servant and a flawed master while relying on the positional reality to create the circumstance and necessary tension and stakes. Great training for acting skills and understanding that much of conflict is latent and even in our great differences striving to stay together or understood or useful to one another is great for comedy and tragedy alike.


About the Teacher:


Andrew Hefler is a performer, director, trainer working in theatre, music, film and television for nearly thirty years. He was first introduced to Improvisational theatre at the age of 10 in grade school in Los Angeles. Since then he has worked with theatre groups in the US, Canada, Europe and since 1994 in his homebase of Budapest. He was a member of the experimental impro trio Scalabouche and later he founded Grund Theatre in 2008 developing a company and training methods for actors and shows for performance. He has written and produced TV for Comedy Central and AMC. He is an actor at the National Theatre of Hungary and has taught improvisation and acting at various Universities. In his spare time he writes songs and sings in his band.

Master/Servant: The clear cut relationship by Andrew Hefler

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    August 24th - September 1st 2024

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