This event coincides with the launch of Celebrating Success, an evaluation of the work of Cleanbreak undertaken by research staff at Central funded by Creative Works London.
Puppet pioneers Blind Summit Theatre collaborate with Acting CDT final year students to present a verbatim puppet theatre experiment that delves into the lives of people on the political ‘fringe’, in the build-up to the general election.
Adapted from the novel by Sapphire and reimagined by the ensemble cast, Push is a powerful and disturbing story told by Precious and her classmates, enlivened by humour, joy and 1980s music and dance moves.
West Side Story is an American musical set in the Upper West Side neighbourhood of New York in the 1950s. The story was inspired by Shakespeare’s play Romeo And Juliet and explores the rivalry between two teenage street gangs of different ethnic backgrounds. The musical score includes Maria, Somewhere, Tonight and I Feel Pretty.
This Research seminar/Symposium will address questions of Sesame’s philosophical and therapeutic orientation as it moves into its 51st year. What are the stories Sesame tells itself? What are the stories it tells to others? What are the stories that need to be told?
An opportunity to find out more about Central’s MA Music Theatre course, meet with current students and have your questions answered by the course team, followed by a performance of "Big City Dreams" by MA Music Theatre students.
Devised of familiar and new songs and scenes, drawing on the hustle and bustle of the city.
The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama’s annual Intersections Conference is taking place on the 15th and 16th January 2015. The theme of this year’s Intersections is ‘Impact and/or value’.
The ICM is a new centre for the ongoing professional development of movement teachers, movement directors and other movement practitioners working in theatre, actor training and allied fields. In its pilot year the aim of the centre is to hold a series of 4 encounters that will develop movement practitioners through practical workshops and to connect movement practitioners across specialisms.
A vast, miraculous, epic play about love and death, that presents the politics, sex and religion of 1980s America. This witty, fiercely humane classic, dramatically transports us from heaven to earth, Washington to the Kremlin, and switches between the many different and imagined lives of politicians, drag queens and angels.
Performed by BA (Hons) Acting students.