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Mark Stevenson

Mark Stevenson trained at RSAMD in Glasgow and VGIK in Moscow. He is joint artistic director of Teatro Vivo for whom he has appeard in roles ranging from Odysseus and Romeo to a ventiloquists dummy and a feckless prince. He has played various Shakespearean roles including Feste, Mercutio, Lysander, and Caliban, represented the UK in international improvisation competitions, and been killed in horrible ways in films such as 'Frankenstein's Army' and 'The Last Horror Movie'. On TV his appearences include portraying mime artists, hippy dads and presenting a daily quiz show. He's played the Albert Hall with his band 'The Boppin' Heads', recorded the entire english dictonary for a CD-Rom and has created theatre in supermarkets.
He is a learning associate for the National Theatre, and has acted as a director and facilitator for the last 20 years for the NT, Polka, The Young Vic, Donmar Warehouse, and others, focussing on devising, story creation, improvisation and song writing.

Mark Stevenson trained at RSAMD in Glasgow and VGIK in Moscow. He is joint artistic director of Teatro Vivo for whom he has appeard in roles ranging from Odysseus and Romeo to a ventiloquists dummy and a feckless prince. He has played various Shakespearean roles including Feste, Mercutio, Lysander, and Caliban, represented the UK in international improvisation competitions, and been killed in horrible ways in films such as 'Frankenstein's Army' and 'The Last Horror Movie'. On TV his appearences include portraying mime artists, hippy dads and presenting a daily quiz show. He's played the Albert Hall with his band 'The Boppin' Heads', recorded the entire english dictonary for a CD-Rom and has created theatre in supermarkets.
He is a learning associate for the National Theatre, and has acted as a director and facilitator for the last 20 years for the NT, Polka, The Young Vic, Donmar Warehouse, and others, focussing on devising, story creation, improvisation and song writing.

Session: Eat your Heart Out Agatha Christie (Multidisciplinary)

“The impossible could not have happened, therefore the impossible must be possible in spite of appearances.” ― Agatha Christie, Murder on the Orient Express

Do you love murder mysteries? Are you a fan of film?
Would you like to be part of a creative team that make something new in the course of a week?
Are you interested in film making, script writing, performing or directing?

Then hold on to your hats because we have your dream course right here…this is a brand new and exciting course for 2019 and in our opinion one of the most exciting, challenging and innovative courses Summer school has ever offered!

This unique course will appeal to adventurous types of all ages and skill levels who are excited by the idea of spending their week creating a murder mystery film in the style of Agatha Christie.

Guided by our experienced tutor, you will explore narrative, character, devising, writing, performing and directing and the technical elements of film making according to your chosen specialism.

Together, the group will pool resources and skills to create a murder mystery film in the iconic style of Christie. Whether you are an aspiring actor, director, writer or film maker, there will be plenty to gain from the experience.

During the week you will:

This is a course for students who are interested in either the performance or technical aspects of film making – we are not looking for students who have all these interests but people with one or two specialist areas that want to work as part of an interdependent production team.  We welcome students with any level of experience.