Drama Is Conflict: What Does It Mean, And How Do We Fuck It Up – AGAIN?- with Eve Leigh

Missed Eve’s workshop at the Berliner Theatertreffen, AND the 2nd online version? Here it is again again! Still free, but PWYD to ArtsEmergency

Donate here: https://www.arts-emergency.org/donate

Thu, 22 July 2021

19:00 – 20:30 BST

YOU LOVELY PEOPLE! Thank you very much for oversubscribing the original Theatertreffen workshop, and the second online version! We’re going in for round 3 now.

As part of the Stückemarkt of the Berliner Theatertreffen, Eve ran a free workshop on this theme. It was oversubscribed, so I thought I’d do it again, this time as a benefit for Arts Emergency ). THIS WORKSHOP IS FREE, but if you have any extra pennies send them to Arts Emergency please.

This workshop will explore many different things that “conflict” can mean in performance, whether conflict between different forms, tones, different uses of time, or of course conflict between characters. It will encourage you to think creatively about making your work more vivid through unexpected uses of conflict onstage.

(Photo credit: Helen Murray. Midnight Movie directed by Rachel Bagshaw, designed by Cécile Trémolières, performed by Tom Penn and Nadia Nadarajah.)

 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/drama-is-conflict-what-does-it-mean-and-how-do-we-fuck-it-up-again-tickets-161883436717

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1 Jul 2021

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