Michael Chekhov Training Intensive Workshop
Since 1994, focused on Actors, Directors, Teachers, Designers, and Professionals using communications skills in their work
NMCA returns to Las Cruces, New Mexico for the
Summer 2017 Chekhov Training Intensive Workshop
See info for Actors, Teachers and Directors below, find additional information, and register. Check the story about our new Deeper by Demand advanced workshop after the Summer Intensive.
June 4 - 9, 2017 (+ June 10 for Teacher Candidates)
EarlyBird Discounted Registration Date: May 15, 2017
Over 60 Hours of Learning and practicing Chekhov tools for Actors
Master Teacher Lisa Dalton presents Kristen Cerell with the NMCA Certified Teacher certificate in Oklahoma City at a recent workshop on Miochael Chekhov in the Classics.
Experience 7 Keys to Mastery with Michael Chekhov's Acting Techniques
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Refresh your perspective on analysis,
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Challenge yourself as an NMCA Certified Teacher
Since 1994, NMCA’s Intensive Workshoip is a transformational opportunity to catapult your acting, directing, and teaching forward in a powerful way. Are you ready?
Deeper By Demand
An intensive exploration into the depths of Chekhov’s teachings
Save $150 with Early Enrollment by May 15!
Save $250 on the 12-Day CTI + DBD Combo with Early Enrollment
Folks have asked for more and NMCA is now offering a 5-day extension to the Chekhov Training Intensive. This special training, following our 7-day Summer Intensive Training which encompasses the Chart for Inspired Action. This program focuses on aspects of Concentration, Atmospheres, and Psychological Gestures. It will draw upon slower-paced, more intuitive and imaginative exercises.
Additionally, we will introduce Steiner’s 6 Speech Gestures and Eurythmy, elements that were part of Chekhov’s Conservatory Training in Dartington and Ridgefield, CT.
Mr. Chekhov loved creating original theatre through the realm of timeless stories. So, we will devise a work-in-progress presentation of improv pieces. We will play with how to use SynthAnalysis™ for devising performances.
Concentrate on Concentration, Atmospheres, and Psychological Gestures
These tools are applied to devising a performance piece at the end of the week.
Find a more personal experience of each of these powerful technique.
NEXT WINTER INTENSIVE WORKSHOP
Gainesville, FL. - Dec. 28, 2017 - Jan. 3, 2018
Registration not yet open; Email Info@Chekhov.net for information.