“I’m very impressed by the techniques PEM has developed. Ultimately, the physical and the emotional are one” – Mike Alfreds, Award-winning theatre director and teacher, London
PEM is a revolutionary and scientifically supported acting method to repeatedly and authentically access and express emotions easily, with depth and unheard simplicity.
In this 4 day workshop, actors have a comprehensive experience of PEM’s biological acting method.
Actors learn how to access emotions without recourse to their personal and past experience. There is a difference between emotions, which have a biological imperative and psychological feelings, which are the result of supressed emotion.
PEM teaches actors, that just as human beings develop from a child-like state of openness and freedom which has been obstructed by circumstance, conditioning, societal pressure and suppressed emotion, so to have the characters they create and play.
Actors will learn how to apply trigger points, giving them safe and immediate access to six core emotions which live in the body.
Presence is inevitable in actors when they are fully engaged emotionally and energetically with their environment and each other.
16th Street is delighted to present two PEM Workshops in Melbourne and in Sydney, March 2017.
“PEM is the acting technique for the twenty-first century – it would have amazed even Stanislavsky!”
– Peter McAllister, Acting Teacher/PEM Instructor, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, London
These Workshops will be conducted by Sarah Victoria, who is the Head of PEM International Office in Germany and is a PEM Master Instructor
“Sarah Victoria is an expert in this field”
– Susan Grace Cohen, Acting Coach, Professor at NYU Tisch School, New York.
Researched and developed across a decade by PEM creator Stephan Perdekamp, actors and teachers all over the world have adopted this technique for quick access to emotions that is safe and effective.
PEM is now an internationally recognized tool for actors applied in the UK, USA, Europe, South Africa, New Zealand.
Limited Places to Participate and Audit available
Proudly Supported by
The Creative Practice Lab, School of the Arts and Media, UNSW, Sydney