Chris teaches at various school acorss London, most recently at The Royal Central School of Speech & Drama (see more below) but also teaches at Rye Studio, Bute House School, Theatre Train St Albans and St Michaels Catholic High School.
Chris works as a guest choreographer on the Workshop Programmes acorss the calendar year, doing audition technique, dance technique, production numbers. Chris also works on their production season through helping with the auditions.
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RCSSD - BA Acting - Musical Theatre (2012 - present)
Leading fitness/Cardio's sessions to build and work upon teh students staminar, by building up their core strength and ensuring that they are able to support their technique. As well as this I lead Jazz and Yoga classes for the first and second years, to support them in their other areas of dance.
I also work on the public productions as part of the movement team and have both assisted and choreographed productions.
RCSSD - BA Theatre Practice - Performance Arts (2012 - 2014)
I managed the 2nd year BA Theatre Practice students on the Performance Arts course and leading them through The Accidental Festival project.This involved creating workshops in the main areas of producing theatre, finance, fundraising, marketing, artistic programming. Using industry links and working with SOLT and Corner Shop Marketing to deliver workshops. Through this I’ve been managing the students learning objectives ensuring that they meet their learning objects and develop as practitioners.
I also work within the wider BA Theatre Practcie team, giving general seminars on performance and theatre, this could be specific in to a project, with the eys of a dramaturg - creative story, conceptual themes or as a producer and looking at sustaibaility and development of the peice.
Workshops and Conferences
For Royal Central, I also lead workshops as part of tehir widening participation. I've deleivered workshops in various schools as well as at BRIT school, LESOCO and for Generation Arts
As part of my work at Central I was sent on a conferecne with Karl Rouse ELIA on Preparing the Artist of Tomorrow and my talk was on The Accidental Festival project and how we develop teh understand and allow the training of entrepreneurial skills witin the arts and creative set up productions and compaiens that could be as sucessful in both the business and the art.
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