Our unique approach to teaching stage combat has allowed STAGEFIGHT and its ECSPC system to become recognised as the most practical and historically accurate stage combat qualification currently available.All our courses meet and exceed the levels of safety and standards of tuition of any other stage combat system and has become an industry respected and accepted qualification.Training with STAGEFIGHT and the ECSPC system focuses on technical elements that make choreographed fight routines much safer and more dynamic. Our proven techniques provide a highly adaptable system that have helped to place many of our students into action roles for both the stage and screen.
Level-1-Basic is our foundation course that focuses on the basic mechanics and techniques of the ECSPC’s approach to stage combat. Three combat disciplines are covered;UNARMED COMBAT, DAGGERand aSWORDbased discipline. These are the three most commonly used systems used for stage productions. The course improves balance and coordination, and teaches basic choreography by learning how to safely link actions, act the fight, stagecraft and maintaining safety during training and performance.
Level-2-Intermediate builds on the previous levels training by introducing students to weapon disciplines that require heightened coordination. Students will be taught how to safely handle one of the largest weapons used on stage to one of the most complex. The syllabus includes; QUARTERSTAFF, LONGSWORDandRAPIER & DAGGER
Level-3-Advanced is our most challenging stage courses. Other performance combat systems just add additional weapon weapons at each level (some that are rarely even used on stage). The ECSPC only introduces two more systems, but revisits previous weapon systems from the view of combating multiple opponents. The ECSPC is the ONLYstage combat training system that offers multiple opponent training at an advanced level. The syllabus includes; SMALLSWORD, SWORD & SHIELDandMULTIPLE OPPONENT FIGHTS
Night Project Theatre has benefit from STAGEFIGHT’s total understanding of physical stage craft for several years and has enjoyed the chance to work with its team of dedicated and knowledgeable instructors on productions of Sondheim’s ‘Sweeney Todd’ and Wildhorns’s ‘Dracula’.Carefully considered choreography and an eye for both the detail of the piece and the capabilities of our actors has allowed our productions to confidently approach physical theatre and the subtleties of stage combat in a professional manner which only ever enhances the overall impression of our audiences.We look forward to working with STAGEFIGHT in many more productions in the future.Ian PageNight Project Theatre
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