TDPS Wednesdays: Michael Chekhov Technique Master Class with Lisa Dalton '75

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Lisa Dalton '75

Michael Chekhov Technique Master Class with Lisa Dalton '75
This master class will be very physically active with Michael Chekhov’s body-mind-spirit approach. Come prepared to move freely, with a one minute monologue or 6 line scene. This will be an introduction to Michael Chekhov’s Techniques, with a fast-paced overview of the complete Circle Chart of Inspired Action.
About Lisa Dalton '75:
Lisa Dalton is an award-winning actor-teacher-director whose forty year career on camera and stage in NY and Los Angeles includes classical, physical theatre, stunts and clowning. She is the creator of From Russia To Hollywood, the first documentary made on Michael Chekhov, narrated by Gregory Peck and aired on PBS. She tours with her solo shows and is the author of two Amazon #1 BestSellers, Murder of Talent: How Pop Culture Is Killing “IT” AND Falling For The Stars: A Stunt Gal’s Tattle Tales.
Wednesday, March 7, 3-5PM, Cafritz Foundation Theatre


Topics for the TDPS Wednesdays Series will be announced throughout the semester. If you have an idea for a lecture, workshop, or master class, please email Bobby Hunter at