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Arts and leisure - Theater and presentation | Writing

Playing with words

Wednesday from 19:00-21:00 h

Caroline Bik

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Everybody welcome. For Dutch and English speakers.

In this course you will learn step by step how to write your own monologue and you will learn how to present your own text convincingly. In the course you will be working on language, presentation and theatre.

We start the course with your own first name with various assignments linked to it, which take you to what your monologue wants to tell you. You discover new words and encounter unfamiliar sentences, while still seeing your true character in what you write.
At the end of the course you will have written your own, perhaps your very first, monologue and you will be able to present it in your personal, authentic way. You learn to present your self-written words in such a way that your words really appeal to the imagination and do justice to you as a person.

You don't need any writing experience, because I'll take you by the hand: your monologue comes to life effortlessly. 

Caroline Bik loves language, stories and theater and combines these loves in her work as a theater teacher; speech trainer and narrator. She first graduated as a classicist at Leiden University, then as a theater teacher at ArtEZ University of Applied Sciences.
Since 1998 she has been teaching theater to children, young people and adults in schools and cultural centers. Caroline also works as a (speech) trainer for students, civil servants or people from the business community.
In her lessons and training, Caroline intuitively and skillfully uses theatrical methods to help people perform better. With great pleasure she teaches people to play with words, images, movement and their imagination and creativity.

Isn't the registration link working? Please contact the LAK via info@lakcursussen.nl or tel: 071 -  5272317

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