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The Sensitised Actor

Laughing and crying for all of humanity - since the beginning of time to the end of consciousness.

My Teaching Practice

The Sensitised Actor is a radical approach to performance training created by Adam Scott-Rowley.

 

It is an ever-evolving performance ideology, largely developed live in front of audiences as well as during a 5-year teaching residency at The National Danish School of Performing Arts, where Adam continues to work and build on his practice.

The core principles of the method involve an intense training in the following:

  • Mindfulness, acceptance, and compassion

  • Presence

  • Vulnerability

  • Creativity & expressing the subconscious

  • Root & Hiding character creation 

  • The Grotesque & The Existential

  • The Actor as an Artist

Adam regularly blogs on his teaching and research. To discover more, you can sign up to the blog here.

Adam has extensive experience in facilitating workshops and teaching both in the UK and abroad. Feel free to get in touch using the button below to request a CV or more information. 

Adam strives to teach in an informal, down to earth way, with humour and humility.

As a practitioner, Adam works at The Danish National School of Performing Arts where he teaches and directs his theatre and performance methodology; ‘The Sensitised Actor’. He has also taught at Copenhagen International School of Performing Arts, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Mountview, ArtsEd, and the National Youth Theatre. Adam is fascinated by the interplay of mindfulness, creativity, Buddhist psychology, and performance. He utilises these elements in all aspects of his work.

 

Adam is a qualified secular mindfulness practitioner and is authorised to teach mindfulness by the Mindfulness Association; having completed their Mindfulness, Compassion, Insight, and 2-year teacher training pathway. His teaching adheres to all aspects of the UK Good Practice Guidelines and he holds a Postgraduate Degree in the Studies of Mindfulness from the University of Aberdeen.

My Experience

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