Join us in the New Studio on Wednesday 16th March for a Practices & Processes Seminar on Actor Training chaired by Prof. Gilli Bush-Bailey. Senior Visiting Fellow Dr. Rosemary Malague will head a panel with Dr. Zachary Dunbar and Dr. Broderick Chow.
Set in a disturbing near-future that is all too plausible, Natural Selection is a searing new comedy about fighting for freedom and climbing the food chain.
Set in a post-industrial Britain, Shivered follows the lives of two families over twelve years as they struggle to survive the closure of the local car plant on which they were all dependent for their livelihoods.
Cy Coleman and Dorthy Field's musical, which follows the romantic toils of an ever hopeful dancer-for-hire from a New York dance hall.
Adapted from the novel by Emily Brontë
In collaboration with Inspector Sands.
This is a letter to our children’s children.
We love you and we’re sorry.
A devised musical based on the songs of Broadway composer Joshua Rosenblum.
Award-winning playwright and screenwriter Lee Hall discusses his work as a dramatist, the challenges of making films, his adapted screenplays, processes of adaptation, the ideas that run through his work, music, utopia, politics and what it means to tell stories in a visual way.
The theme of this year’s conference is “Practice (...) Research”, investigating the blurring boundaries of the practicing researcher. Everybody has a practice. Performing, curating, producing, writing, thinking, theorising. Whether you write about it or whether you do it - and arguably if you write about you are also doing something - practice is central to research in drama, theatre and performance.
This intensive three day workshop will be looking at ways of creating physical material for the stage, and introduces a range of methods for creating diverse material for performance.