Workshop 2017Advanced Workshop in Italian Acting and Interpretation: Pirandello, 150 years of theatre
The Workshop is an Advanced Class in Italian Acting and Interpretation. During their three weeks of training, 15 – 20 selected students will study and work closely with professionals of Italian theatre and literature, improving their skills in language and culture, acting, movement, improvisation, diction, text analysis and interpretation.
In 2017, in occasion of the 150th anniversary of the birth of the Nobel Prize winner author Luigi Pirandello, the School and the Italian Institute of Culture will stage the play “Questa sera si recita a soggetto” (“Tonight We Improvise”, 1929) at the Casa d’Italia theater, in the heart of Little Italy.
The workshop offers a Performance Program and a Language and Culture Program. They are dedicated to:
- students of acting, dancing and singing and professional actors, singers, performers
- Italian language and culture students and enthusiasts with no stage experience
Where and when
The school and the workshops will be organized and hosted by the Italian Institute of Culture, located in Downtown Montreal (1200, avenue Dr. Penfield – Montréal, Québec, H3A 1A9).
The training will take place June 5 to 21 from 9:30 to 17:30, and the final staging will take place Thursday, June 22.
Who is Luigi Pirandello?
Luigi Pirandello is an Italian dramatist and writer.
He was awarded the 1934 Nobel Prize in Literature.
For his power to turn psychological analysis into theatre,
he is considered on of the most important playwrights of 20th century.