Atelier de pratique théâtrale en anglais avec Laura D’Arista Adam

New York stage & screen actress Laura D’Arista Adam comes from Tisch School of the Arts at NYU
and has worked as an actress at the Williamstown Theater Festival, McCarter Theater, Circle Rep Lab,
The Lee Strasberg Institute among others. She has also written and performed her own work at NY
TheaterLab. Her recent direction at the Sorbonne includes The Hamilton Rise Up! project during
confinement spring 2021, The Last Days of Don Juan (2018), and the pre-pandemic 2019, student
written: ‘The Gift’. She co-founded Yellow Brick Theater association (YBT) in 2010 and has been
directing in Paris ever since. With 4 years of Commedia dell’Arte experience, she looks forward to
teaching this workshop. Full acting CV at Cindy-Brace Agency.com


WORLD THEATER

This 2,5 hours 10-week acting workshop in English will have you moving, exploring space and body
through physical warm ups, vocalizing and freeing the instrument to listen and react spontaneously and
create real connections in collaborative dramatic/comedic work. Once we have created an ensemble we
focus on the physicality of the actor on stage, bringing characters to life through voice and body work,
telling a story, building a history based on inner truth and outward expression. We then apply this work
to characters created in improvisations, scenes and monologues from classical theater. Experienced and
beginning actors welcome. A good level of English is helpful.
Wear comfortable clothes to move in and bring water.
10-12:30 Wednesdays
LOCATION: Campus Jussieu – L’Espace des Arts et de la Culture ( EDAC ) salle de répétions 1 en
face de la bibilothéque L1 (RDC)
TO SIGN UP Please send an email to Laura Adam at ybtsorbonne@gmail.com and mention any theater
background you may have (or not have!)


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