Developed by internationally-acclaimed director Tadashi Suzuki, the Suzuki Method is a world-renowned method of actor training that aims to restore the wholeness of the human body in performance and, in doing so, discover the body’s innate expressive abilities. Led by Kameron Steele, who has worked as an actor, assistant director, teacher and translator at the Suzuki Company of Toga (SCOT), participants are led through a series of rigorous exercises.
Participants build awareness and the control of their energy, breath, balance and voice, while working toward a deeper emotional and physical commitment to each moment on stage.
Interested applicants must meet minimum requirements to participate. Successful applicants will be notified via email along with details for ticket purchase.
Application ends on 10 May 2019.
In 1991, Kameron Steele joined Tadashi Suzuki's SCOT company in Toga, Japan where he has since worked as an actor, assistant director, teacher and translator, appearing in King Lear, Ivanov, and Dionysus among others. From 1998-2007, Steele also worked at Robert Wilsons's Watermill Centre, appearing in Wilson's touring productions of Persephone, Woyzeck, The Days Before and the title role in Prometheus. In 2003, Steele formed the company AlaSur with Argentinean director Ivana Catanese. Since then their work has been seen in Argentina, Mexico and in New York at HERE Arts Centre, Japan Society, PS122 and the Watermill Centre. His translation of Tadashi Suzuki's Culture is the Body was published by TCG in August 2015.
Photo courtesy of Suzuki Company of Toga