"Rob Clare is an incredibly valuable resource."
                    -Liev Schreiber

Directing - learn more about the plays and projects Rob has directed. Click here for more.

Workshops - find out about upcoming workshops and classes. Click here to contact Rob  for information.

Coaching/Audition Prep - arrange one-on-one time to improve your ease, creative freedom and authority with Shakespeare. Click here to contact Rob.

In-person Workshop and Coaching sessions are temporarily suspended during social distancing due to Covid-19.  Work via Skype or otherwise online is available

In recognition of the work difficulties currently shared by our profession, specially reduced rates will also apply during social distancing.  Please enquire when you contact Rob, below

Text Analysis/Dramaturgy - get help from a former text coach to the RSC, and Oxford University PhD in Shakespeare. Click here to connect with Rob.

Resume and Recommendations  Click here

 

Directing

As well as in his native UK, and in the USA where he now lives and works, Rob Clare has directed Shakespeare projects and productions all around the world.  Past productions include:  Macbeth, The Winter's Tale, Twelfth Night, Richard III, Cymbeline, Pericles, The Merry Wives of Windsor, As You Like It, All's Well That Ends Well, King Lear, Much Ado About Nothing, Henry IV Parts 1 and 2, The Merchant of Venice, The Tempest, The Taming of the Shrew, Julius Caesar, Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night's Dream, and most recently, Troilus and Cressida;  many of these more than once.  He also devised and directed a Shakespeare Sonnets with Jazz project in which he himself performed in Ireland and Australia, and an evening of Shakespeare accompanied by classical music presented at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC. Click here for a full resume. Click here to contact Rob.

 

Workshops

Drawing on his extensive freelance experience with leading theatre companies such as the RSC, and Steppenwolf, and with actor training programs including NYU Tisch, UCLA, Central School of Speech and Drama, Guildhall, and Juilliard, Rob regularly leads one-off or more extended workshop series in and around Los Angeles, as well as in New York City.  He can also tailor workshops to the individual needs of specific institutions, individuals, or theatre companies as required.  Such workshops are entirely flexible.  If or as appropriate, they may be focused on a specific play or plays, or on specific themes such as Working with Verse, or Shakespeare for Auditions purposes. Click here for a full resume. Click here to contact Rob.  Work online is available for small groups during social distancing due to Covid-19

 

Coaching and Audition Prep

Individual coaching and/or preparation for auditions is shaped according to the specific needs of the individual actor, whether in person, or, for added convenience, via Skype.  Rob is also happy to recommend specific monologues on which a given actor might work, and to edit or otherwise tailor these as appropriate for auditions purposes. Click here for a full resume. Click here to contact Rob.   Online coaching is available via Skype during social distancing due to Covid-19

 

Dramaturgy and Text Analysis

Over the years, Rob has cut and otherwise edited or re- shaped numerous Shakespeare plays for performance.  His comprehensive background in literary studies and in text analysis enables him to navigate with authority between textual variants, and also to provide cut versions of the plays that retain their essence, thematic scope, and character, as well as the form and integrity of the verse.  Having published award-winning academic criticism, and having also taught Shakespeare in leading universities (including Oxford University, where he earned his PhD), he is happy to work one-on-one or in small groups with clients who may be students of literature, as well as with practitioners.  Such work can be arranged in person, via correspondence, or via Skype. Click here for a full resume. Click here to contact Rob.

 
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