This Category is a collection of Schools, Academies, and individuals that offer training/instruction in Stage Combat. Stage Combat is simulated (or acted) violence or combat used for television, movies and the stage/theatre.
Historical stage combat school, located in Southern California, is dedicated to the study of European swordsmanship with an emphasis on Italian 16th century rapier fighting; members are involved with the Renaissance Pleasure Faire in Southern California each spring.
The grandfather of many modern stage combat organizations. Located in the UK, its 34 year history has been devoted to raising the standards for safety and professionalism.
Workshops and other training for stage combat for dramatic and film presentations; photos, membership information, events schedule.
Contacts, news of forthcoming events and the benefits of membership.
Organization provides workshops and other training in stage combat; membership and contact information.
Westside stage combat and swordmaster. Information on classes offered in stage combat and theatrical fencing at Westside Fencing Center in Los Angeles, as well as film, television, and theatre projects worked on by Roberta Brown.
Japanese stage combat and stunts school for movies, TV, and stage shows.
Tim Weske's Swordplay, located in Burbank, California, provides training in theatrical combat for film and television as well as Olympic-style fencing.
Dedicated to stage combat training for actors in the New York Area.
Contacts, photographs and description of techniques.
Based in Reston, Virginia, The Noble Blades is comprised of the Reston Players, who also teach stage combat techniques.
Provides in-house workshops, choreographs shows, and maintains an aggressive performance schedule in a wide variety of public venues.
A school dedicated to the study, practice and development of Stage Combat in Australia. The SSCS works with the Society of Australian Fight Directors Inc (SAFDi), to offer world standard, internationally recognised courses in modern Stage Combat for theatre and film.
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