Ulysses and MacGyver

The ancient Greeks had a concept called "metis", which is roughly translated as "cunning", but is really a larger concept of knowledge that one only gets from experience. The ability to think without thinking, but still in a smart way and to recombine perviously existing concepts in new ways. Ulysses had it, MacGyver had it, and now you can too. In this workshop we focus on listening, but more importantly listening to yourself. We will learn to be aware of our own mental power and put it into good use in scenes. Good if you've ever felt "lost" in scenes or feel like you don't "know enough", because you already do - you just don't know it yet.

Length:
Student Cap:
Difficulty:

2 hours
16 students
Beginners
Instructor:
Chris George

Yes And... Facebook Twitter Google+ tumblr Email