This week’s workshop we reach the culmination of the murder mystery genre with an exploration of the endpoint for all murder most foul: the courtroom!
Recovering solicitor Jonathan Shortall will be using his professional experience to guide us through both the realities of a murder trial and its fictional counterpart in this deep dive into all things legalatrical (he assures us that its a word).
We will be first looking at the makeup of the courtroom, rules of evidence and advocacy before taking a close look at some key legal drama scenes to see how these elements are incorporated, before closing out with a full-on mock trial!CANNOT WAIT FOR THIS ONE
Good afternoon folks, Happy start of the week,and you know what that means?We have an amazing workshop for you tomorow evening at our usual time 7pm!
Our Wonderful Kate Cosgrave will be teaching us all the ways in which we can “Get to Know the character” (so well you can improv)
In this week’s Workshop, Kate Cosgrave will take you on a character journey. We’ll touch on different moments in the process of getting to know your character as an actor, recognising how characters change throughout a story, and doing some fun, low-stress improvisation based on written roles.
Buzzing for this one! Join us tomorrow 7pm on Zoom details below
You are cordially invited to a devilishly fun workshop! The medium, Zoom. The suspects, You. The murderer, Who?
This Tuesday the wonderfully talented Ciaran Treanor will be Leading the workshop!
“We’ll further explore the theme of murder mystery with some interesting ways of playing with the audiovisual landscape of the video conference calls we’ve become so accustomed to. A night of revelations, shock, surprise, movement (yes!), and more. Bring a cup of tea with you if you like. It’s sure to be an eventful evening.” – Ciaran T.
This is definitely what we need in our lives right now! Join us this Tuesday on zoom, link and password below
Are you a fan of sleuthing? Deep and dark secrets? Creatively grisly murders?
If you’re itching to know more about what makes a great murder mystery, what brings a whodunnit to life, and what you can do to make your character unforgettable for an audience, Come join No Drama’s Sarah Lynne at 7pm tomorrow, on the Zoom.
Please see the log in details for tonight’s workshop below, the virtual doors will open at 06:50 pm and the workshop will begin at 07:00pm
Yes… We’re only super excited to kick off the new term with this month’s theme: Weird and Wonderful. The workshops will continue to be facilitated through Zoom and will be shorter due to this. We’ve some superb facilitators lined up for you to explore this theme with you!
Tomorrow’s workshop will be facilitated by our new chair, Renée van de Schoor. We will be researching and examining theatre scripts, evolving around this month’s theme.
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Renée van de Schoor is a graduate from the University of the Arts Utrecht, with a bachelor’s degree in Theatre and Education and currently working for the prestigious Abbey Theatre.
Before joining No Drama Theatre, Renée has been active as an actor, director and assistant director, and has appeared in over 20 productions.
She has been extensively involved in No Drama Theatre, since joining in 2015, and has been director, actor, producer, production- and stage manager for numerous productions. After directing a sell-out production of ‘And Then There Were None’, she produced ‘Closer’. Furthermore, she appeared as Woman in ‘The Virtuous Burglar’, Lilly and Lilith in ‘She Kills Monsters’ and in performance piece ‘Heed, to the Mound’ as part of Dublin Fringe Festival. Renée was production manager of ‘The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance’ and directed ‘Haven’ as part of Scene + Heard Festival 2019.
Most recently, she directed ‘Mistaken’ as part of Short + Sweet Festival Dublin and was nominated for a price in the category ‘Best Director’.