THE COMPOSITION OF THE COURSE IS DIVIDED INTO THREE FUNDAMENTAL PHASES OF DEVELOPMENT:
- - Work on one's self and individual nature: the discovery of behavioural conditioning; posture and habits; resistance and rigid ideas regarding the nature of acting and individual behaviour that impede the freedom and fluidity of expression and impulses.
- - Work on character development.
- - Work on how the character expresses himself using motivation - actions - activities, toward the story, the author's theme, and the style.
The above-mentioned phases of the actor's development are not incorporated in a separate and chronological sequence during the continuance of the workshop (minimum three years), but intertwined according to the actor's potential and abilities during the six hours of daily attendance in the workshop.
Morning activities emphasise the personal instrument (body, heart and mind) and the discovery and release of expressive-physical barriers and inhibitions.
Afternoon activities bridge the actor's morning work with text analysis, character development and author's intention or concept, thus accentuating the connection of the three phases of development.