Join South West artists Andrew Robinson and Vahri McKenzie for a series of free performance-making workshops at BREC!
This unique project combines professional performance-making workshops with creative development of a new play by Andrew Robinson, Love Death Taxes, a comedy-drama about family succession.
Running every Saturday for seven weeks from August 15th, the workshops are free and anyone is welcome. They cover acting for contemporary theatre; voice work for performance; script analysis and development; writing for performance; theatrical directing, and performance.
To get a feel for the project, a taster workshop will be held on Saturday August 15th at BREC, and if you choose to commit to the project, there are six workshops and a public showing. It’s ok to miss one workshop, but you’re discouraged from dropping in and out.
This is an opportunity to explore this new text with performers for the first time. The hope is that participants may be cast in a role from the play for the public showing.
There are twelve parts for people of all shapes, sizes, colours and genders. We welcome mature minors. If you are under 18, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
What do I do next?
If the project sounds like you and you’re ready to sign up, please fill out this form and email to email@example.com.
If you’d like to get more of a feel for the project before committing, please come along to the taster workshop on Saturday August 15th from 2pm – 4pm. No need to sign up, just simply show up on the day.
Any further queries please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special thanks to the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries for supporting this project.