The American Clock, performed by BA (Hons) Acting CDT, working alongside students from the BA (Hons) Theatre Practice
Set in a Lincolnshire hotel in the autumn of 1941, Flare Path is a complex tribute to the collective spirit of wartime bomber crews and their partners. Within this framework the story involves a love triangle between a pilot, his actress wife and a famous film star.
This talk investigates questions about methodology and collaboration that arose from our attempts to write about Eugenio Barba’s artistic practice as a theatre director. It is presented as a dialogue between Adam J. Ledger (University of Birmingham) and Annelis Kuhlmann (Aarhus University, Denmark; currently a visiting researcher at the University of Kent, Canterbury), who reflect on their digression into trees in order to write in a radically spatial way.
In the months before the First World War, Richard Herncastle throws up his safe, dead-end office job in a grim Northern mining town and joins his famous uncle’s illusion act, touring the grand Empire Theatres of England and Scotland. This is the story of Richard’s coming of age in the looming shadow of the terrible conflict which will see millions of young men die and an entire way of life vanish, never to return.
This is the launch of Jane Boston's book,Voice, a wide-ranging volume that explores the technical and physical aspects of voice as a craft, questioning its definitions, its historical presence, training practices and its publications.
Kate Dorney and Maggie B Gale discuss their book Vivien Leigh: Actress and Icon (MUP 2018), an edited collection that seeks to offer new readings of the life and career of Vivien Leigh.
As part of its annual 25-year reunion series, Central is delighted to invite the class of 1992 to revisit the school.
EX-Changing Pedagogies: International Dialogues in Voice Training
Central are delighted to invite the BATP class of 2008 to revisit the school.
‘Confronting the present: from representation to reflexion in the Regie-work of Thomas Ostermeier’
A Joint Modern Languages Research Seminar with Peter M Boenisch, Professor of European Theatre at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London.