Jamie Harper (Tutor)
teacher level: Ł20.00 per hour
I`m interested in working with students from GCSE level upwards. Any experience level is fine with me, as long as you`re ready to work hard!
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Lesson Details: 120min (1 time(s) per week)
Location: Kennington, Central London
Lesson Cost: £20
Lesson Information: Group sessions are focused on developing your ability to engage with other actors. Sessions can be tailored in incorporate individual requirements but they will include: spatial awareness and contact. use of objectives and inner obstaces in improvisations. impulse and sensory work. handling text with multiple actors.
Having taught and directed for a range of drama schools including LAMDA, East 15 and Arts Ed i can offer valuable support to actors who are aiming to train professionally or simply want to develop their skills. Students can rely on me to be patient, understanding and encouraging.
Availability: I am available on evenings and weekdays.
Willing to travel: 10 miles
Experience: JAMIE HARPER
Jamie studied English Literature at the University of Sheffield and trained on the Directorsâ€™ Course at LAMDA.
He was the recipient of the 2005 Northern Ireland Arts Council Tyrone Guthrie Bursary, the 2006 James Menzies-Kitchin Directorsâ€™ Award, and the 2006 John S. Cohen Bursary for which he was Resident Director at English Touring Theatre and the National Theatre Studio.
Directing credits include, Invasion (Tooting Arts Club - Time Out Critics' Choice); Our Town (Rose Theatre, Kingston); Beyond the Pale (Southwark Playhouse); A Real Humane Person Who Cares and All That (Arcola); Invisible Storms (Cock Tavern - Time Out Critics' Choice); Sound Dust (Theatre 503); The Six-Days World (Finborough Theatre); The Things Good Men Do (Lyric Hammersmith); The Vanek Plays (Tristan Bates Theatre); The Infant (Old Red Lion); A Lie of the Mind (BAC); and Left, an improvised play for BBC Radio 4.
Associate Director credits include The Winslow Boy (Theatre Royal, Bath) A Christmas Carol (Rose Theatre, Kingston); The English Game (Headlong, National Tour); The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other (National Theatre); Mother Courage and Her Children (English Touring Theatre); Merry Christmas Betty Ford (Lyric Theatre, Belfast); and Love and a Bottle (Young Vic). In addition to his directing work he has taught acting and text at LAMDA, East 15, Arts Educational School, London South Bank University, Queens University, Belfast and Birkbeck College at the University of London.
Qualifications: BA (Hons) English Literature, University of Sheffield
Post-Graduate Diploma in Theatre Directing, LAMDA
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Will Tutor Online: No