A 3 1/2 day intensive and practical workshop designed to expand, deepen and re-ignite the creative soul within the actor. Inspired by the international teachers and directors that Sara has worked with, participants will be given vast opportunities, through improvisations, exercises and scene work to break old limiting beliefs and habits and strike out into new, exciting territory. ‘The Actor In Process’ journey is suitable for generous actors who are passionate about truly dedicating themselves to their craft.
Requirements: -Ages 18 and above. -Maximum of 16 actors allowed. -Actors must submit their application of a bio/CV and headshot to firstname.lastname@example.org (Attn - The Actor in Process Workshop) by 21st May. Fees: $350 Full payment ($300 Equity members/ $280 TAP Graduates)
THE ACTOR IN PROCESS
(Queens Birthday Weekend)
Friday 30th May (5pm – 9pm)
Saturday 31st May (10am – 5pm)
Sunday 1st June (10am – 5pm)
Monday 2nd June (10am – 4pm)
100 Motions Road
Sara Wiseman is an award winning actress with broad experience on screen and stage. Well known in New Zealand television and film – starring in Mercy Peak, The Insatiable Moon, Matariki, The Almighty Johnson’s and as Kate Shepard in What Really Happened: The Women’s Vote. She is currently starring in the Australian drama A Place to Call Home.
“Not only does she bring the best out of people in a supportive, caring and a challenging way, she really does want people to be their best. I believe Sara is one of the finest actors NZ has and it is a rare gift to find someone with such talent and international regard that also has the gift of being able to help others to reach their potential.” - Cherie Moore (Last Tapes Theatre Company)
“Sara has an incredible ability to guide her actors into unlocking their own creativity and instincts. Work is honest, richer and more unique through her guidance, which is always practical and applicable.” - Jordan Selwyn