Thursday, 15 December 2011

Spring Season Talks

Brand new for 2012, we will be opening up a series of fascinating workshops to the public. These will allow you to get under the bonnet of theatre-making! Designed as pre-show events, they are specially programmed to open up the creative process on stage and allow audiences, students and school groups to get closer to our productions.

DIRECTOR'S NOTES
With Artistic Director Dominic Hill
Ever wondered how a play is put on stage? Fascinating insights into casting, rehearsal, design, lighting and costume.

BETRAYAL | Thu 15 March, 5.30pm
KING LEAR | Thu 10 May, 5.30pm
KRAPP’S LAST TAPE & FOOTFALLS
| Wed 6 June, 5.30pm


THE MECHANICS OF THE STAGE
KING LEAR | Wed 2 May, 5.30pm
An informal look at how lighting and sound are used in King Lear and why they are integral parts of every production.

MUSIC AND TRAGEDY
KING LEAR | Fri 27 April, 5.30pm
Musical Director Paddy Cuneen discusses how he approached creating the musical landscape for this most powerful of tragedies.


All events take place in the Main Auditorium and will last approximately 40 minutes.

Cost: Individuals £2, Groups £1 (with ticket to show)
Book at Box Office: 0141 429 0022


These events above are open to the public, for a full run down of all educational workshops for schools, click the links below:
BETRAYAL
KING LEAR
KRAPPS LAST TAPE / FOOTFALLS

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