LA Workshop - Movement for Actors
"Central to the growth of actors is the nurturing of a curiosity and fascination with life. I believe that Movement, Voice and Speech training are a great catalyst for developing this curiosity. Fundamentally, my desire is to create in actors an innate respect for all that their instrument has to offer for their acting."
Kennedy coaches Actors in the area of Voice, Movement, Accents and Acting from Los Angeles and around the world.
For the past 10 years he has been Head of Movement at the Stella Adler Academy of Acting in Los Angeles. In addition, Kennedy is a Lecturer with Entitlement at Cal State University Fullerton where he teaches Voice for the Actor as well as Physical Theatre.
Kennedy has been an associate of Fay Simpson, Founder of the Lucid Body Movement Technique, for over 25 years- as her assistant at the Michael Howard Studios (NYC) and as a company member of her Impact Theatre. He has also taught Voice and Accents at such prestigious schools as The Stella Adler Studio (NY), The American Academy of Dramatic Arts (NY &LA), Marymount Manhattan College (NY), Fairleigh Dickinson University and Juniata College. In addition Kennedy has taught Workshops in the area of Voice, Movement and Accents at Professional Theaters and Actor Training Programs across the country.
Before teaching, Kennedy was trained at The National Shakespeare Conservatory and he acted professionally as a core company member of New York’s Jean Cocteau Repertory theatre- an award winning classical acting company that performed in rotating repertory. Since then he has performed with the Gravity Project- an innovative theatre company that combines cutting edge movement and voice techniques as the basis for creating new pieces for the theatre.
Kennedy is a certified Teacher of the Lucid Body Movement Technique and he is an Associate teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework.
Physical Acting Coaching
Kennedy Brown describes the Physical Acting Technique and its importance for an Actor's Growth. His technique focuses on an in-depth physical warm-up and exploration of the energy centers, followed by an Advanced Movement Excercise.
In this video of a Workshop conducted in LA, Actors share their experiences from the work. The Group worked beautifully together.
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