online HIT LAB INTENSIVES Spring 2020


Due to popular demand, HIT is offering a series of intensives in March/ April 2020 on performance skill building, geared towards both experienced actors looking to work out their fundamentals, as well as for newer actors looking to be guided through a training process.

And now due to current social distancing circumstances,  HIT is really pleased to announce online programming for those looking to keep those creative juices flowing and to continue to grow as artists during this time!

To sign up for online training, email with the workshop/workshops you’d like to attend. 


Now in May 2020…

Collaborative Storytelling

Collaborative storytelling is how we build a culture, it exists as folk tales, epic poetry, cosplay, Dungeons and Dragons, memes, and jokes which are so old and familiar that to tell them and make them your own is a part of the process rather than theft of intellectual property.

This course will look at the skills which allow for collaborative story-telling, how to add to an idea without shutting it down, how to talk your way out of a plot hole, how to draw on cultural touchstones without relying on cliché, how to address difficult topics through art and most importantly how to make a safe space for our fellow story-tellers so that we can all face the most difficult and dangerous parts of our stories together.
Led by Joseph Sherlock:

Mondays from 19:00-21:00

May 11, 18, 25, 1st June

600 dkk


Acting + Directing for the Camera

Actors will build skills for on-camera performance and directors will have the opportunity to direct scenes and learn techniques for directing film. We dig into performance technique, analyze film scenes, and perform scenes from film and television. This class is open to both new and returning students.

Tuesdays at 18:00

May 5, 12, 19, 26

600 dkk


The Working Artist: Craft + Career

This workshop will help you create an outline for your career plan and set specific short and long term goals, as well as provide resources to help you accomplish those goals. We will cover both building industry knowledge and taking the steps necessary to bring your craft to a professional level.

May 10 + 17


700 dkk


To sign up for online training, email with the workshop/workshops you’d like to attend. 


About the HIT LAB leaders:

Jessica O’Hara-Baker
Jessica O’Hara-Baker is a New York and Copenhagen-based theatre and filmmaker who works as a performer, director and producer in both mediums. She has a love for new works in development, and has worked on new pieces at Second Stage, Playwrights Horizon Downtown, EST, The Lark, Signature, Drama League, Primary Stages, LAByrinth, Cherry Lane, and Prospect Theater, among others. She is an NYU Tisch graduate and a member of Actor’s Equity.

Joseph Sherlock
Joseph Sherlock is an actor, director, writer and teacher now working in Copenhagen. He has taught and produced theatre and performing arts in England, The Czech Republic, China and Australia. He is currently working with The House of International Theatre ,  The CTC in Copenhagen and Playmate Theatre in Malmo.



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