- Special Charity Performance
On Tuesday 27th March, Independent English Theatre is proud to host a fundraiser for FAO's TeleFood projects. Starting at 8:30PM the foyer of the Teatro dell'Orologio, IET will serve refreshments courtesy of Trattoria Luzzi, so that patrons may make a donation to this worthy cause. Skylight tickets have been reduced to E14 for this night only, in honour of the event.
Since 1997, the TeleFood initiative has enriched the lives of many people in the developing world. By financing small scale projects, the initiative helps families and farmer communities produce more food and generate cash income for better access to food.
THIS COURSE IS NOW COMPLETE
From 3rd October at the teatro dell'Orologio Roma as part of Ore D'aria: A weekly course, which develops script analysis, characterisation, pronunciation and acting skills in English.
Using exercises taken from Stanislavski, Uta Hagen, Keith Johnstone, Cicely Berry, Clive Barker and the techniques used at the major British drama schools, participants explore acting through various playwrights including Shakespeare, Coward and Pinter to enable them to deepen their understanding of making theatre.
4th & 5th July 2011
at Corte Comunale, Formia as part of the Deviazioni Recitative Festival
A two day intensive acting workshop in English using extracts from works by Sir Harold Pinter exploring subtext, action and language. This workshop is designed for professional actors and non, who are interested in deepening their appreciation and understanding of this extraordinary playwright.
- Harold Pinter, British Culture & US foreign policy: A talk
18th March 2011
at e-campus university, via del Tritone 169, Roma
Prof. Taylor-Batty- senior lecturer in the Workshop Theatre at Leeds University, gave a talk on Pinter's work and Nobel prize, his impact on British culture, and his outspoken political views.
The talk moderator Dr. Raffaele Furno, professor of Performance Theory and Theatre History at Arcadia University - College of Global Studies and held at the University e-campus 18th March 2011.