Based on the principle “what happens to you as an actor depends on what the other person makes you do”, this technique offers a sequence of exercises which pull actors into the present moment, enable them to truly observe and respond to their scene partner and draw out their own impulses.

This workshop will offer a practical overview of the technique and work towards greater truth in your acting.

No previous experience or knowledge of this work is necessary, just curiosity!

This workshop will suit actors both amateur and professional who are looking to develop their creative practice.


Tuesday, 7th September, 7.30pm - 9.30pm
£12 per person (£13.52 including booking fee)

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Dominique Gerrard studied English and Drama at Bretton Hall before completing acting training with the Actors Company. She subsequently trained for two years in the Meisner Technique with Scott Williams at the Impulse Company.


About seven years into her acting career she began directing and to date has directed over 30 productions of a broad range of styles in various venues and for UK tours. Recent credits include A Necessary Woman (tour), Quintessence (Winner Outstanding Production Brighton Fringe 2019) and climate change musical A Billion Ways.


She has taught for many organisations including Old Vic New Voices, Shakespeare Schools Festival, Kingston College, University of West London, BRICTT and The Theatre Workshop.