Con Yasen Peyankov, actor y docente en University of Illinois a Chicago (EUA)

En el curso se trabajarán escenas de las obras de Txékhov: La gaviota, Ivanov, El huerto de los cerezos, Las tres hermanas y El tío Vània. El trabajo se enfocará a crear los personajes a través de la técnica del realismo psicológico de Stanislavski. Los estudiantes tendrán el reto de hacer volar su imaginación para crear personajes verídicos y convincentes.

Curso dirigido a Actores y actrices. Curso de nivel medio. El curso se imparte en inglés, sin traductor
Precio: 295€ / 250€ ex-alumnos graduados y alumnado del Título Superior

Del 11 al 15 de diciembre
De lunes a viernes de 18h a 22h

English Information 

How to play CHEKHOV characters?

With Yasen Peyankov, actor and teacher at the University of Illinois a Chicago (EUA)

Work will be based on scenes from Anton Chekhov’s plays: Seagull, Ivanov, Cherry Orchard, Three Sisters, and Uncle Vanya. The students will work on creating characters in the tradition of Stanislavski’s psychological realism approach to acting. Students will be challenged to stretch their imagination in their quest of portraying truthful and compelling characters.

>The workshop addressed to Actors and actresses. Middle level course.  The workshop is taught in English
Price: € 295 / € 250 graduates and students of the Higher Degree

From December 11 to 15
From Monday to Friday from 6pm to 10pm


Yasen Peyankov

yasen peyankov cursYasen Peyankov was born and raised in Bulgaria where he graduated from the National Academy of Theatre and Film Arts in Sofia.
Since his arrival In Chicago in 1990 he co-founded the European Repertory Company in 1992 and has worked as an actor in some of the finest theatres in the city—Steppenwolf, Goodman, Court, Next, American Theatre, and many others. His role as Greenspan in Morning Star at Steppenwolf earned him a Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Supporting Actor. He also received a nomination for Best Adaptation for his translation/adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s Ivanov, which was consequently published by Ivan R. Dee.
Since 2002, he has been a member of the Steppenwolf Theatre Ensemble, where he has appeared in Time to Burn, The Time of Your Life, Berlin Circle, Hysteria, Morning Star, Frankie and Johnny In the Clare De Lune (also In Dublin), Cherry Orchard, Lost Land, The Pillowman, Diary of Anne Frank, The Tempest, Hot L Baltimore, Penelope, Three Sisters and Superior Donuts (also on Broadway). He has also directed plays for Steppenwolf Theatre, UIC Theatre, European Repertory Company, and Rushfort in Los Angeles. In 2011 he directed the Bulgarian premiere of August: Osage County by T. Letts at The National Theatre in Sofia in his own translation. He has also translated and adapted plays by Anton Chekhov, Mikhail Bulgakov, Nikolai Kolyada, and Vasily Slgarev.
Mr. Peyankov has also appeared on film in A Very Harold and Kumar Christmas, Contagion, Transformers 3, Gifted Hands, The Company, Payback, US Marshals, Novocain, Lana’s Rain, and in television shows such as The Beast, The Mob Doctor, The Unit,The Evidence, Alias, Numb3rs, The Practice, Early Edition, and others.
Mr. Peyankov has been teaching acting at UIC since 2000, and accepted the position of Head of the Theatre Program in the fall of 2007. He has also taught at The Steppenwolf Summer School, Steppenwolf West, Act One Studio, and the University of Chicago He is a recipient of a 2002 Walter and Eva Fox Fellowship. He recently appeared in The Wheel at Steppenwolf theatre alongside Joan Allen and directed Russian Transport as part of the 2013-14 Steppenwolf Mainstage Season.

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