Would you like a dynamic, new impulse to motivate your students in the classroom? Are you looking to bring creativity to your workplace and support team building? Or an exciting activity for your Wandertag? Then let us expand the horizons of your classroom or workplace with an interactive theater workshop, taught by native English-speaking facilitators.
Workshop facilitators: Priscilla Bergey and Grace Evangeline HolmeTo book a workshop or request additional information, please contact Priscilla Bergey HERE
We offer four basic types of workshop -Shakespeare, Wandertag, Theme and Open:
NEW! Shakespeare Workshops
We are now offering a complete selection of any of Shakespeare’s plays and sonnets! If your class is in the process of studying a particular Shakespeare play, these workshops are designed to deepen students’ knowledge and understanding of the text by exploring it actively through performance. For students who are completely new to Shakespeare, we also offer an introductory workshop: Shakespeare’s World.
- Shakespeare’s World – Introductory Workshop
- Hamlet – Corruption and Conscience
- Macbeth – Ambition and Betrayal
- A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Love and Magic
- Much Ado About Nothing – Comedy of the Sexes
- Romeo and Juliet – Forbidden Love
- The Taming of the Shrew – The Loud Mouth Woman
- Twelfth Night – Gender Bending
…. and, of course, Shakespeare’s Sonnets
If your class is studying a Shakespeare play that is not listed above, please do not hesitate to get in touch. We are happy to arrange workshops on any of Shakespeare’s works.
The main focus of these workshops is making students feel relaxed and comfortable in speaking English. Your class will enjoy fun and effective theater games, improvisations, scene work and storytelling. The students will benefit from participating in confidence boosting exercises and from creating their own original performances. Suitable for students with basic English skills, as well as advanced.
In our theme workshops we work closely with you, the teacher, in the planning, focusing on issues that can be made more engaging through theater games, role-play and improvisations.
There are three popular themes to choose from:
• Visions of the Future
• The Individual in Society
• National and Cultural Identity
In addition to our student workshops, we also offer sessions for all kinds of groups. Whether it be for a corporate event, staff outing or international exchange project, fun icebreakers and improv games make these workshops an excellent way to support healthy group dynamics, improve communication skills and foster team building. The duration of these workshops may be 3-4 hours long depending on the needs of the group.