In this episode, Adam and Budi have a conversation with Master Acting Teacher Tom Bentley-Fisher.
Tom Bentley-Fisher has been the artistic director of five professional theatres, has directed over one hundred productions at theatres across Canada, Spain, and the U.S, and has taught his approach to movement and acting in universities, theatre schools, and studios throughout North America and Europe for over 30 years. He began his career as an actor, training in London with Yat Malmgren, and then performed in London’s West End before turning his hand to teaching and directing.
Since 2007, Tom has been the artistic director of Tant per Tant, Theatre in Translation, an international multi-lingual theatre company producing and exchanging work between Canada and Spain. He is currently the artistic director of the international Yat-Bentley Centre for Performance. Tom’s approach is based on the work of Yat Malmgren, The Psychology of Movement.
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Blind Man's Drum
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