A speaker at the second online Symposium An actor of the 21st century. Methods. Traditions. Search as part of the project, the Master Theater Academy will be Carol Rosenfeld – educator, actress and director. November 24 at He will give lectures at 19.00 Uta Hagen: past, present, future. The lecture will be available on Facebook and YouTube channels of the Mazowiecki Institute of Culture and the Theater Institute. Mieczysław Hertz.
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Carol Rosenfeld is an educator, actress and director. He has been teaching at HB Studio since 1968. In 2010–2014 she was the director of the Uty Hagen Institute. She conducted Master Courses in Canada, Great Britain, Spain, Ireland and Denmark, as well as workshops at the Film School in Łódź. She is the author of the book Acting and living in discovery: an actor’s workbook and improved on Uta Hagen’s method in his book American actor training.
The theme of Carol Rosenfeld’s speech is “Uta Hagen’s method” developed for many years at HB Studio New York. Referring to Konstantyna Stanisławska, Uta Hagen proposed to enter the process of training trains, which was initiated by the uprising in her initiation entitled. Respect for acting also published in Polish. The meeting will be chaired by prof. Jacek Orłowski, will be translated by Chris Zach.
The purpose of the symposium An actor of the 21st century. Methods. Traditions. Search is a presentation of the acting method related to the work and teaching of contemporary actors in recognition of the world of academic services. During the symposium the speech will be delivered by: prof. Wieniamin Filsztyński (Russia), Carol Rosenfeld (USA), Geoffrey Colman (Great Britain), Alisa Palmer (Canada), prof. Paul Allain (Great Britain), prof. Anna Estrada Verdaguer (Spain), prof. Sergey Cherkassy (Russia), prof. Ivana Legati (Croatia).
These teachers and educators will introduce the foundations, key concepts and tools that actors and teachers of acting in Europe and North America use. Practicing practical classes on their independent and independent students and teachers as pedagogical technicians.
At the same time, they continued to learn during their lectures, and in addition to the workshops, they supplemented some of the cult and cultural elements from which the methods and methods were derived. instrument is for a deeper understanding of their specificity and originality.
The inaugural lecture was given on October 27 by prof. Wieniamin Filsztyński – teacher and director from the Russian State Institute of Performing Arts in Saint Petersburg, which has been developing the so-called “Etude method” as one of the most interesting methods of contemporary theater pedagogy. His lecture is available on YouTube channels of the Mazowiecki Institute of Culture [PRZEJDŹ DO NAGRANIA].
Program of presentations of the Symposium (shortened):
November 24, 2021 – Carol Rosenfeld (USA)
The theme of Carol Rosenfeld’s speech is “Uta Hagen’s method” developed for many years at HB Studio New York. By establishing cooperation with Konstantina Uta Hagen, the proposed introduction of the train education process, which will be initiated in order to start learning Fri “Respect for Acting” also published in Polish.
December 29, 2021 – Geoffrey Colman (Great Britain)
Geoffrey Colman, actor and educator, has been teaching actors for over 25 years. In his speech for the speeches of new methods, education and work for the action workshops for the “Black Live Matter” movement and the COVID -19 pandemic.
01/26/2022 – Alisa Palmer (Canada)
Alisa Palmer, director, playwright, theater producer, educator in a lecture given at the symposium will present methods of educating the income of actors at the National Theater School of Canada.
23.02.2022 – prof. Paul Allain (Great Britain)
Paul Allain, professor of news about theater and performing tasks while performing a speech, a research project entitled “The Digital Performer,” which he is working on at the University of Kent, and will talk about the acting method of Tadashi Suzuki.
03/30/2022 – prof. Anna Estrada Verdaguer (Spain)
The actress, director, teacher is a professor at the Theater Institute in Barcelona, where she will work in technicemaurics. It is a method of working on voice and pronunciation that prof. Anna Estrada Verdegauer has been developing for many years workshops devoted to her in Spain and abroad.
In his own, he will come up with his own methods of creating teaching methods and working out in thirty years of teaching practice.
April 27, 2022 – prof. Sergey Cherkassy (Russia)
Theater director, professor of the Russian State Institute of Performing Arts in Saint Petersburg, where he is an instruction for the Acting Studio. Apart from artistic pedagogical work, he is also involved in method research. He is the author of the book “Stanisławski i joga”, which pours into the analysis of the relationship between the method, as well as additional studies and yoga. It will also be the subject of his lecture at the symposium. In her new share she will be sharing hers.
May 25, 2022 – prof. Ivana Legati (Croatia)
Actress, poet, acting trainer, professor at the Academy of Dramatic Art, University of Zagreb, where she currently serves as technical supervision of the speech chair at the Acting Department. The lecture she will give during the symposium will work with an actor, instructional techniques of teaching students at her university.
Organizers: Mazowiecki Institute of Culture in Warsaw, Theater Institute in Warsaw Mieczysław Hertz