20th January 2005
DRAMA IS SUBJECT OF NEXT
The inherent and learned origins of acting ability will be highlighted
in the next
Michael Earley is Professor of Drama and English at the
The lecture promises to take the audience into the often maligned and much misunderstood world of acting and will discuss whether great acting is taught and developed through training and mentoring, or if it derives from a natural, inherent and inevitable talent which no amount of training can either enhance or inhibit.
Earley has extensive experience in the field of drama
and has worked with several professional theatre companies in the
also taught acting, directing, playwriting, dramatic literature and theatre
history at numerous institutions including
He has also worked with a host of renowned actors, writers and directors including Arthur Miller, Anthony Minghella, Dario Fo, Kevin Spacey, Val Kilmer, Zoe Wanamaker, Trevor Nunn and Richard Eyre.
The lecture will take place at 6pm in the AR0107 lecture theatre in the university’s Architecture building, with registration and refreshments available from 5.30pm.
Admission is free and no prior knowledge of the subject material is required before attending. For more information or to book a place, contact Faith Cobaine on (01522) 886626 or email email@example.com.
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