Whether you are an actor or dancer this workshop will help you identify how to improve your performance on the stage. Stage presence refers to the ability to command the full attention of a theater audience by the impressiveness of one’s performance. When combined with skill, experience and hard work, stage presence can create a combination that turns “good” actors into stars. Learn in this workshop
- How to be confident on stage
- Use movements to tell a story
- The secrets to improve stage presence
- Rules of the stage
Presented by award winning veteran Iranian director and actor Sadeh Hatefi. Assisted by internationally renowned dancer and dance scholar Farima Berenji.
Suggested donation: $1-15
Sadegh Hatefi is a director, screenwriter, author, and award-winning actor, known for Ghodrat
(1987) and Battle of Oil Tankers
(1994). He has been director of the films and theatrical productions Story of Rumi and Shams
, and Muhammad: The Messenger of God.
Farima Berenji is an Iranian-born scholar and an award winning, internationally acclaimed performing artist, choreographer, instructor, lecturer, dance ethnologist, and archaeologist specializing in classical, folkloric, and sacred dances of Persia and the Silk Road. Her training spans a lifetime of intensive collaboration and research with master artists, scholars, and spiritual teachers worldwide. She is the founder and artistic director of the Simorgh Dance Collective, a worldwide collaborative devoted to teach dance technique, interpret, illustrate, present, and perform dances of the Silk Road. Farima performs, offers workshops, and lectures worldwide upon request and has appeared in the US, UK, Austria, Czech Republic, Turkey, Mauritius, and Iran. Read more..