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|Description||This two-day course will investigate a variety of techniques for directing work with professional actors that can be transferred to work with young people.|
|Duration||Friday 4-Saturday 5 October 2013 10am-4pm|
|Categories||Out of school|
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Ideal for: Drama and theatre arts teachers who want to connect with contemporary theatre practice.
This two-day course will investigate a variety of techniques for directing work with professional actors that can be transferred to work with young people.
Lyndsey Turner is the director of the RSC's production of Candide. She is an Associate Director at Sheffield Crucible, and has worked extensively with the Royal Court. Using Lyndsey's work on Candide as a starting point, participants will tackle a range of theatre styles, from naturalism and expressionism, surrealism to classical. Participants will explore how Lindsey responded to the challenges of staging this exciting new play from Mark Ravenhill, applying the techniques the RSC uses in its classical repertoire to the best of modern writing. This is a unique opportunity to work with a leading director of contemporary work and explore her artistic process.
The coures will take place in The Clore Learning Centre, Stratford-upon-Avon and include lunch, refreshments and comprehensive supporting notes.
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