The Training Group

THE TRAINING GROUP

Session 6: Daring to “Get It Wrong”
Taking Risks & Finding Freedom in Your Process with Christine Horne

As a new season of theatre kicks off in Toronto, we are excited to be getting back in the room with another session of The Training Group. 

  • The Training Group is an opportunity for actors, both emerging and established, to explore the actor’s craft and seminal plays in an intimate training group setting guided by one of Toronto’s leading theatre artists.
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Christine Horne – Actor, Instructor

Join us this Fall for the sixth session in this exciting training series as we explore the creative freedom we can unlock when we dare to “get it wrong” by looking at the possibilities that making unusual and unexpected choices offer artists in the rehearsal process.  

The Training Group aims to integrate advanced text work while engaging participants in active dialogue and practical experience focusing on exploring the actor’s process. We are honoured to continue the series under the guidance of one of Toronto’s leading actors Christine Horne. 

This intensive 12 hour Training Group will be set up over three consecutive Sunday workshop sessions: November 10th, 17th and 24th.

About the Session:

From Ms. Horne: Welcome to Daring to “Get it Wrong” – Unburden yourself of the pressure to get it right and see what can be revealed by getting it wrong. Using the balcony scene from Romeo & Juliet (everyone knows how that scene is supposed to go, right?) we’ll explore all the possibilities that making unusual and unexpected choices can offer. When we use our rehearsal time with an eye only to getting it right, we rob ourselves, our fellow actors, our directors, and our audiences of all the extraordinary potential in each play. Discover what magic can happen when you dare to get it wrong.

Dates: November 10th, 17th & 24th

  • Sunday, November 10th: 6-10pm
  • Sunday, November 17th: 6-10pm
  • Sunday, November 24th: 6-10pm

Location:

DreamYogaDance Studio
371 Danforth Avenue, Toronto
(Chester Station)

Price: $375

Space is limited. Apply early to secure your spot and SAVE!

Morning Glory Discount Deadline: Wednesday October 16th: $300

Early Bird Discount Deadline: Wednesday October 23rd: $325

Final Deadline to apply is Monday October 28th at 5pm.

How to Apply:

Please fill out the following information and send your headshot and resume to howlandcompanytheatre@gmail.com.

For any questions, please email us at: howlandcompanytheatre@gmail.com

This is the sixth session in our training series held twice a year.


About Christine Horne

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Christine Horne has been working as an actor in theatre, film, and television for fifteen years. Her stage credits include Prince Hamlet, Iceland (Why Not Theatre), Portia’s Julius Caesar (Shakespeare in the Ruff), Asking For It (Crow’s/Nightwood), Cam Baby (Toronto Fringe), The Road to Paradise (Human Cargo/Crow’s), Tom At The Farm (Buddies), The Seagull (Crow’s), Belleville (Company Theatre), Vimy, Farther West (Soulpepper), Between the Sheets (Nightwood), The Great Gatsby (The Grand), Andromache (Necessary Angel), Romeo and Juliet (Canadian Stage), The Turn of the Screw (DVxT), Miss Julie: Sheh’mah (KICK Theatre), Twelfth Night (Resurgence), and Gorey Story (Thistle Project). Film and TV credits include Hyena Road, The Captive, Stories We Tell, The Go-Getters, Tru Love, The Stone Angel, Othello, Malory Towers, Frankie Drake Mysteries, Killjoys, Dark Matter, Lost Girl, Degrassi, Murdoch Mysteries, Saving Hope, Remedy, Republic of Doyle, Rookie Blue, King, Played, and Riviera. Christine has received a Dora Award, a Canadian Screen Award, and the Birks Diamond Tribute to Women in Film.


STAY POSITIVE. TRAIN HARD. MAKE IT HAPPEN. 

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Past Training Group Sessions & Instructors:

Session 1: Strengthening the Actor’s Process with Nancy Palk, exploring Ibsen’s A Doll’s House

Session 2: Contemporary Canadian Monologues, a scene study approach with Ken Gass

Session 3: Performing Shakespeare, an exploration of text with Ben Carlson

Session 4: August in August, and August Wilson scene study with Tanisha Taitt

Session 5: Accessing Comedy with Oliver Dennis

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