Feldenkrais Guild UK — member profile

 


 

 

Marcia Carr

MPhil, BA (Hons) Lon, LLCM, alcm, alam
Feldenkrais Training: Sussex 2017
 
26 Eastern Avenue, SOUTHEND ON SEA SS2 5NF
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Classes: Creativs Blas Studios, Essex and London Institutions and Drama Schools
Workshops: Creative Blast Studios, Essex
Individual lessons: contact directly to book
 
Practice:
I work with anyone who wishes to be able to move with greater ease.
 
Biography:
Marcia completed her training at Royal Holloway and she is currently completing her PhD. Marcia is a performer, director, choreographer and workshop leader. Her nominations and awards include: The Wild Party (The Mousepeople) Time Out Critics Choice, nominations – Vita Award, Market Theatre, Johannesburg, Best Ensemble, Stage and Television Award; Pigtales (Inamorata),Best Fringe Performer 2000, Manchester Evening Standard, nominated for Best Production; the Little Girl who was too fond of matches Best Actor 2007, Buxton Festival, nominated for Best Production (Impetuous Kinship). She has taught and examined (LAMDA) Internationally at stage schools, Theatres, drama schools and universities: East 15; LCM/UWL; Central School of Speech and Drama; Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch; Belgrade Theatre, Coventry; Director of Youth Theatre, Barking; Goldsmiths University and is proud to be an Associate Artist with the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain. Marcia is also an adjudicator with the British Federation of Festivals. Marcia is a director, choreographer, and physical director, some credits include: Alice in Wonderland & Through the Looking Glass (Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch); Harry From the Hill (Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch); The Lost Thing & the Little Girl who was too fond of matches (Impetuous Kinship); Corpus Variorum or The Emender of Stories (KUDOS); The Silver Tongued Grandiloquent (Court theatre Training Company); Trainride & Girls’ Night Out (Impetuous Kinship); Merrily we Roll Long (Central School of Speech and Drama/ST&M, Amsterdam); The Person with Enormous Wings (TIE Court Training Company).
 
Feldenkrais: Marcia spends most of her time working with young performers in drama schools and conservatoires or else with community companies and departments bringing easier movement to all from the young to the old. Marcia has recently presented at the AOTOS conference, bringing Feldenkrais to singing teachers and working with Gillyanne Kayes in Tuning the Body ©
 
Awards and nominations for performance:
 
Pigtales – Manchester Evening Standard Award Winner Marcia Carr – Best Fringe Performer 2000 (Manchester Royal Exchange Studio) Nominated for Best Performance 2000 – Manchester Evening Standard Award
 
The wild Party -Time Out Critics Choice Nominated for Best Ensemble 1998 – The Stage and Television Today Nominated for a VITA Award 1999 – South Africa
 
The Little Girl who was too fond of matches – Buxton Festival Award Winner Marcia Carr – Best Actor 2007 (Underground Venues) Nominated for Best Production – Buxton Festival