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Organic Sequence

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Organic Sequence Workshop

(incorporating physical, ensemble and action techniques)

Nicolette Kay,  Artistic Director New Shoes Theatre,  will run the workshop.

The workshop is inspired by the method of Stanislavski and Eastern European theatre. The outcome achieves a physical and psychological connection between actors, which can create a valuable system of communication, focussing on impulse. All aspects of the technique can be utilised in future text and physical work.

The technique provides the opportunity for actors to extend their dynamic range.

The workshop will run from 30th July – 3rd August, 10am-4pm near Lambeth Bridge in a popup space which is why we are only charging £100 for the week!

The workshop will be very physical and loose clothing is required.

We are committed to diversity and equality of opportunity. We welcome applications from the widest diversity of backgrounds, culture and experience.

To submit an application, candidates should email the following to bookings@newshoestheatre.org.uk

– What you hope the workshop experience will give you. (about 250 words)

– detailed CV/résumé or your spotlight link

Places are limited and registration will be closed once a group is formed.  We will contact successful applicants with further details.

Open Call: 2018-19 SPARK Supported Artist Programme, Pegasus Theatre

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Pegasus is excited to open application for the SPARK supported artist programme – inviting artists and companies to work with Pegasus from July 2018 – July 2019 to develop a new production for young audiences.

Pegasus is a pioneering force creating the present, challenging and shaping the future and making an enduring impact on the vitality of the performing arts locally, regionally and nationally.

We believe passionately that young people are the changemakers of the future. We nurture young artists and leaders providing unique opportunities for them to be influential in the arts and wider community.

The SPARK supported artist programme provides artists and companies of all levels with the space and skills development needed to turn their bold new ideas into a reality.

We’re looking to support new work for families and young audiences (aged 0-25) across the spectrum of performing arts that represents the vibrant and diverse community of East Oxford. We particularly welcome applications from artists whose experiences are less visible in ‘mainstream’ arts programming including BAME, LGBTQ+ and / or disabled artists.

The year long programme will provide bespoke support for four artists/companies based on their individual needs to cultivate, catalyse and develop innovative new productions.

SPARK artists at Pegasus have access to:
•Free rehearsal space
•Production days with our professional technical team
•Showcase events such as SPARK Night (performance scratch event, Spring 2019)
•Dramaturgical support with our Artistic Joint CEO
•Fundraising & marketing advice
•Opportunities to collaborate with Pegasus Young Companies & youth groups
•Network with artists & companies specialising in different areas of performance

If you'd like to apply for the SPARK supported artist programme summer 2018 – 2019 please request an application form:
Nadia Rich, programming@pegasustheatre.org.uk

Deadline for completed submissions: Monday 2nd July 2018.

 

Deadline: 
07/02/2018

SUBMISSION WINDOW FOR 2018/19 PLAY LA WORKSHOP, OPEN NOW THROUGH JULY 1

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We are very excited to announce that submissions for the next round of PLAY LA awards are now open!  

Winners will receive a $1,500 grant to develop a new play "from the ground up," as well as critiques from theatre, film and television professionals throughout the year-long development process. 

Former mentors include: Filmmaker, Mike Binder; Playwright, Lee Blessing; Producer, Nick Hamm; Warner Brother's Development Executive, Christopher Mack; Literary Agent. Kelly Miller; Critic, Steven Leigh Morris; Oscar winning screenwriter, Tom Schulman; Former CTG Literary Manager, Pier Carlo Talenti; Playwright and Show Runner, Craig Wright.

Please submit: 

  • a brief introductory letter
  • two 10-page writing samples from different plays [names redacted]
  • a resume

And, finally, pay the $25 submission fee. Entry fees may be paid via PayPal only and must be paid online to complete your submission.

Apply at http://humanitas.awardsplatform.com/

 

Winners will be publicly announced at the 2018 HUMANITAS PLAY LA FESTIVAL, taking place this September 7th, 8th, and 9th. 

If questions arise during the application process, feel free to contact us at playlaworkshop@humanitasprize.org. 

We are looking forward to reading your submissions!

Shem Bitterman, PLAY LA Director
Tim Furlong, PLAY LA Co-director
Keaton Shapiro, PLAY LA Festival Producer & Program Coordinator

Deadline: 
07/01/2018
Fee Detail: 
$25

Creating Theatre - An Intensive Lab

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Creating Theatre - An Intensive Lab

For performers, theatre makers, playwrights and composers - at any level of experience - with an interest in building a tool kit for devising theatre and finding their voice in a collaborative process

 

Presented by The Scenic Route with Masterclasses from

 

Tangled Feet 

(Award-winning, inspirational ensemble theatre... More)

 

Jason Carr

(Jason is an award-winning composer and orchestrator who, in addition to musical theatre, has composed incidental music for over 40 plays at the RNT, RSC, West End and Broadway...More)  

 

Nicholas McInerny

(Nicholas is an award-winning, prolific playwright, screen and scriptwriter...More)

 

About The Lab

 

As part of our platform to provide accessible opportunities to nurture new talent, The Scenic Route presents an intensive practical workshop exploring how to create original theatre collaboratively from scratch.

 

Through a series of masterclasses, practical exercises and rehearsals the group will investigate a range of techniques involved in devising a cross-disciplinary piece which brings together physical theatre, text and music.

 

The lab will culminate in a sharing of the work to an invited audience.

 

This is a rare opportunity to benefit from the combined expertise of respected practitioners, whilst practically applying their shared experience in a working ensemble.

 

Participants will take away a wealth of resources to build upon in future work, along with increased skill, confidence and understanding working in this form, plus connections with other artists.

 

The lab is open to both experienced and new artists alike, at any life stage, whether coming from a performance perspective, composition / musical direction, or playwriting.

 

(There is no requirement for all participants to perform)

 

Lab:

10am - 6pm

Monday 21st August to Saturday 26th August (inclusive)

@

LOST Theatre

208 Wandsworth Road

London SW8 2JU

 

Performances:

6pm - 10.30pm

Sunday 27th August and Monday 28th August

@

Drayton Arms Theatre

153 Old Brompton Road, London, Greater London, SW5 0LJ

 

Costs

(To make the opportunity as accessible as we can, costs have been subsidised by The Scenic Route)

£210

(Applications will be considered in the order that they are received)

Click here for more information and to apply

Deadline: 
07/14/2017

TICKLED INC. LAUNCHES NEW ONLINE MAGAZINE: A PLATFORM BRINGING THE DIVERSE VOICES OF OUR SOCIETY INTO THE SPOTLIGHT

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Tickled Inc.:Your regular dose of wisdom and wit

Joining together a varied pool of writers and artists from a broad range of backgrounds and experiences, Tickled Inc. offers an inclusive space where the issues that affect us in the contemporary world can be discussed openly and without judgement.

Showcasing an eclectic spectrum of writing and creative work, including fiction, theatre, photography, poetry, and artwork, we aim to shed light on the unique experiences and challenges that make us who we are, and give a little glimpse into the extraordinary worlds that exist outside of our own.

If you’d like to share your work and join the Tickled Inc. community, please send your submission to info@tickled-inc.com.

Artists and Activists Wanted for Women and War: EXODUS (4-30 July)

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A month-long multi-disciplinary festival examining the impact of war on women. The roads they take and the changes they make to rebuild their lives elsewhere. Any time, any place, any war, any woman. 

WE ARE LOOKING FOR EIGHT FEATURED COMPANIES FOR THE MAIN PROGRAMME AS WELL AS ARTISTS AND ACTIVISTS OF ALL KINDS TO SHOWCASE ONE-OFF EVENTS ACROSS THE FESTIVAL.

APPLICATIONS FOR WOMEN AND WAR: EXODUS NOW OPEN (4-30 July) 

Deadline: 20th March

http://www.womenandwar.co.uk/apply

https://www.facebook.com/womenandwarfestival/

Following the success of the first Women and War Festival last July, we are delighted to announce Women and War: EXODUS, an interdisciplinary melting pot of talent from around the world.

EXODUS will focus on the stories of women who have been displaced as a result of conflict, once again from any continent and any period of history. We are looking for a diverse range of art examining this theme, including theatre, photography, film, art, poetry, music, crafts and cuisine

At the heart of this year’s Festival will be 8 theatre productions, for which submissions are now open!

We are interested in exploring the possibilities of all forms of theatrical expression, whether that be comedic, physical, drama, lyrical, mask, mime, musical, monologue, verbatim. We are especially looking for work that reflects the current global and domestic political situation, though that can be through the prism of history. 

This July, we are proud to present EXODUS in conjunction with the East London Fringe Festival in a brand new 110-seat venue in Upton Park, Applecart Theatre, with which we are partnering for their inaugural year.

Over a month, we give you 8 performances of up to 75 mins, in a rep schedule. You receive 50% of the net box office, up to break-even and then you will receive 60%.

You will be expected to contribute £500 participation fee and £25 technical fee per show, which includes a 4 hour technical rehearsal. Our technical staff are fully trained stage managers and first-aiders, and should you need them in rehearsals, fees can be agreed. This works out at only £87.50 per show, with the potential to sell 880 tickets across your run.

Individual event fees will be calculated pro rata.

Deadline: 
03/20/2017
Fee Detail: 
£500 + £25/show technical fee

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