Great monologues for actors – come and hone your skills on some of the most wonderful speeches from the rich banquet of Greek theatre: Medea’s horrific revenge on ‘the other woman’!; Hippolytus chased to his death by a supernatural bull; King Polymestor’s children slayed and his blinding by a vengeful Hecuba; Heracles sent mad by the goddess Hera killing his own wife and children; the tragic sacrifice of Polyxena by a tearful Greek army; war between Thebes and Athens on a plain of unburied bodies and a certain Trojan Horse bringing murder and mayhem to Troy….
We’ll be looking at how to deliver these and other monologues effectively with directorial help.
Come and join us at The Casa, Hope Street, Liverpool, L1 9BQ, 7pm, Wednesday, £3/£2. All welcome no prior knowledge of acting or Greek Theatre required.
This is part of an ongoing series of workshops exploring Greek Theatre. For more info click on the following link –
These workshops will lead, later this year, to auditions for our Spring 2015 production of Medea, which we’ll be performing at The Casa and St Luke’s Bombed Out Church.
PLEASE NOTE THERE WILL BE NO WORKSHOP THE WEEK FOLLOWING, WEDNESDAY 24TH SEPTEMBER. WORKSHOPS WILL RESUME ON WEDNESDAY 1ST OCTOBER.