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mask work
with Steven Whinnery

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Adi is a professional performer, she has an extensive experience working on text based performances, physical theatre and ensemble productions. She has touring experience and is a professional voice artist.

She also wrote, performed and produced her own one-woman-shows collaborating with other theatre practitioners. Her work is influenced by the medium of film, spoken word and expression through movement. For more information about her work please visit her website www.adilerer.com

Training

ArtsEd School of Acting, London, UK - 3 Year Acting Diploma Graduate
 
Skills

Accents: R.P., Eastern European, Israeli,General American, Middle East
Singing: Alto-Soprano
Dance: Contemporary, Jazz, Period
Language: English, Hebrew
Martial Art: Basic Karate, Kickboxing & Weapon Combat
Fights: The English Academy of Dramatic Combat Certificate
Sport: Horse Riding ( Dressage, Show Jumping, Western), Basic Gymnastic, Wind Surfing, Astanga Yoga, Diving
Faclitator: Drama Workshop leader as part of the Children Fund project, working with children age 5-10
As a substitute movement teacher at Drama Centre in London

Features
 
Height: 5' 3"
Weight: 8 Stone
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Brown
Build: Slim

Since graduating from ArtsEd Adi participated in varius workshops led by top practitioners to hone her skills, such as:

UK
* Complicite - The Song with Monika Pagneux, Storytelling with Toby Jones, The Neutral Mask and Chekov with Lilo Baur
* Stacy Makishi - Live performance
* At the IWF with Shared Excpirience, Nancy Meckler.
* Mask work and improvisations with Steven Whinnery.
* Frantic Assembly - site specific.
* Intensive 1on1 Martial Arts Training led by Shane Steyn (South Africa), Dean Williams (UK), Gordon Alexander (UK).

N.Y.
* Meisner Technique with Jack Waltzer.

L.A.
* Camera Technique with Daphne Eckler-Kirby.

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