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Tidligere kursus 2013

Samtaler om scenekunst - Lola Cohen

12 november 2013

Continuing Education is repeating its highly successful ”Conversations about Performing Art,” which involve leading and influential artists sharing their expert perspective on contemporary performing arts and the role and opportunities of theatre.

Come and participate in a dynamic and stimulating debate and become acquainted with Sibylle Dahrendorf, Rabih Mroué, Xavier le Roy, Philippe Quesné and Lola Cohen

Lola Cohen

“Method acting is what all actors have always done whenever they acted well."

                                                                                                 – Lee Strasberg (1901–1982)

DISCOVER THE METHOD WITH LOLA COHEN(USA) EDITOR OF “THE LEE STRASBERG NOTES”

An evening with artistic talk, inspiring insight, film and presentation

THE EVENING PROGRAM:

(Doors will open 30 minutes before the event begins.)

18:00 – 18:05 WELCOME

18:05 – 20:00 ARTISTIC TALK WITH “PRESENTATIONAL SHOWCASE”and Q & A

20:00 – 20:30 INTERMISSION

20:30 – 20:45 INTRODUCTION TO "THE GODFATHER: PART II”

20.45 – 23:45 "THE GODFATHER: PART II”

* “The Lee Strasberg Notes” can be purchased during the evening event or can be ordered online at saxo.dk or amazon.com.

It is our greatest honor at TELL to JOY Art Theatre, The Danish Actor´s Association and  The Danish National School of Performing Arts – Continuing Education to welcome one of the most remarkable international luminaries in the field of acting and theatre - Lola Cohen (USA), editor of “The Lee Strasberg Notes.” Here is an exceptional opportunity to witness beyond ‘what the Method is’ -- to learn how to work with Lee Strasberg’s Method and discover how this inspiring world-renowned, American acting approach contributes to Contemporary Acting Tools and Techniques today.

FREE ADMISSION

Registration is required. Please sign up below.

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The National Film School of Denmark - Theodor Christensens Plads 1  

LOLA COHEN trained with Lee Strasberg during the last five years of his life and has taught acting for 26 years. After Lee’s death, Lola continued her training with Kim Stanley and Jose Quintero. Lola Cohen compiled and edited “The Lee Strasberg Notes.” The book is based on unpublished transcripts of Strasberg’s own classes on acting, directing and Shakespeare. For the very first time, “The Lee Strasberg Notes” reproduces the original teachings of a unique voice in actor training. The book is a stunning document on the history and ongoing practice of Strasberg’s Method.

“THE METHOD” OF LEE STARSBERG
Lee Strasberg’s (1901–1982) practice of actor’s training turned the Stanislavsky System into the world-renowned American Method that became an important contribution to XX – XXI century acting. The Method teaches you how to put into practice your own sense of truth in each role, and to emphasize ways in which personal experience can excite the imagination. This is the spark that turns technicians into inspired artists. This is what makes an actor who explores The Method of Lee Strasberg always vital, successful, and beautifully inspired. The list of famous actors identified with the Strasberg method is long and ranges from Marilyn Monroe, Robert De Niro, James Dean, and Dustin Hoffman to younger actors Scarlett Johansson, Uma Thurman and Angelina Jolie.

THE LEE STRASBERG NOTES

“ ‘The Lee Strasberg Notes’ presents the clearest and most representative transcriptions of his commentary to actors and directors and fulfills my intent to present Lee Strasberg “live,” allowing readers to reach a new understanding of his work and even be able to imagine that he is speaking directly to them. Having observed students and recognizing their difficulties in absorbing and applying the work, I came to understand that the transcriptions of his classes would represent a valuable way to fulfill this mission.”

                                                            - Lola Cohen (USA), editor of “The Lee Strasberg Notes”

"For the actor, ‘The Lee Strasberg Notes’ are an indispensable companion." - Johnny Depp

  "I always think upon Lee Strasberg with warmth, and reviewing his wisdom is a pleasure." - Francis Ford Coppola

"Reading ‘The Lee Strasberg Notes’ re-kindled the first rush of excitement I felt about the possibilities of Acting. If you are an Actor, read it." - Ralph Fiennes

Download SHARING THE METHOD, interview with Lola Cohen (pdf)

The conversation is a collaboration between TELL to JOY Art Theatre’s OPEN WORKSPACE annual series and Danish Actors' Association and The Danish National School of Performing Arts

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