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no comment. th(é)âtre creativity lab

The Creativity Lab is uniquely tailored to both performers and makers. It's a place to keep your practice growing COACHINGWORKSHOPS, and CREATIVE SUPPORT

Cory Haas is a freelance coach and actor trainer, who takes on private clients and who facilitates work for no comment. th(é)âtre. Cory has worked for Rose Bruford College and the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. He earned an MFA in Actor Training and Coaching from Central in 2016.


Here you will find a range of coaching possibilities as well as a schedule of upcoming workshops. If you would like to work with us to create your own workshop or masterclass, please do get in touch!

'Cory is an exciting, dynamic and passionate theatre practitioner. He is a natural acting coach and very approachable. Cory is a creative talent across several disciplines, such as acting, directing and coaching, which is what makes him such a joy to work with!' - Sophie Mensah (acting teacher - Royal Central School of Speech and Drama + East 15)

A word from Cory:

'I specialise in devising and composition, scene study, audition technique, and show creation. I focus on the actor’s process by supporting them in finding ownership of the work. My knowledge of various practices and approaches provide me the tools necessary to communicate with theatre makers across a wide range of techniques no matter their working methodology. For this reason, I offer bespoke coaching tailored to your needs!

Coaching should be fun, challenging, destabilising, and bring something new to your performance, so get ready to be provoked into playing!

As a teacher and practitioner, I specialise in devising practices, Play, Live Art structures, Active Analysis (Stanislavski), Viewpoints (Bogart’s and Landau’s), and improvisation. My rehearsal processes vary from show to show but are drawn from practitioners such as Thomas Ostermeier, Told by an Idiot, Mike Alfreds, Frantic Assembly, and Complicité.

Other areas of interest include postmodernism, performance, Postdramatic theatre, Kaufman’s Moment Work, the work of Ivo Van Hove, and long form improvisation in theatre. ' 

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