“To live often is to act. Acting (to play) is always living. "
Ennio Coltorti he is an actor, director and voice actor.
He has won ten times (for best box office) the AGIS "Golden Ticket" award at the Taormina Arte Festival.
He oversaw the theatrical staging of three editions of the aforementioned award (“A party for the Theater” '87, '88 in Taormina and '95 in Parma).
He also won twice ('85 and '86) the “Positano” award directed by Franco Zeffirelli, three times ('85, '86 and '87) the Platea gold award; in 89 the IDI award and in '92 the Fiuggi Europa award and the Secret Rooms award; in 2005 the Persephone Prize. In 90, for the anniversary of the Foundation of the University of Bologna, he directed the show event in Piazza Maggiore with speeches by Giorgio Albertazzi, Raul Grassilli and Piera degli Esposti. He has been the Artistic Director of the Secret Rooms Theater since 1998.
The course explores the concept of "Acting", seen in its facets, focusing on the emotional structure, analyzing what the student / actor and the student spectator experience on the scene.
The course canonically include a first theoretical part and a second, prevalent, practical part according to a traditional and at the same time experimental and innovative method.
Each pupil will repeat the monologue this time recorded in the foreground;
The recorded work will be shown to the pupil himself and to the pupils-spectators commenting in detail every problem or every functional positive characteristic of the purely cinematographic interpretation requested and performed.
General considerations of the teacher
The aim of the course is to provide students with all the elements to manage "performance anxiety" in an optimal way, transforming excitement-discomfort into excitement-ease.