We Duel at Dawn: A Performer’s Guide to Dueling

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Dueling is a gripping climax that exists in many of our stories from Hamlet to The Count of Monte Cristo, Dangerous Liaisons to Hamilton. The Princess Bride offers a playful approach while Twelfth Night gives us a comedic ending.  This Sunday Seminar will take a look at a performers' approach to a duel through character. In this month's seminar participants will take elements of historical protocol and decorum to implement into their performance. Creating a scene with all of the appropriate terms and processes of a duel and executing Sabre choreography that compliments this formal agreement. From there, we will play...