Tomorrow’s workshop is simply gonna be a PARTY!
Before we take a little summer break, we have not one, not two, not three, not four, not five…..
but oh yeah…
SIX facilitators ready to take the stage!!
You can feel it already, it’s time for our oh so famous ALL STAR workshop! Tomorrow Renée van de Schoor, Hans Vennevertloo, Brian Costelloe, John Andrew O’Rourke, Kiefer Brink and Evelien Hofhuis will treat you with some cool exercises and theatre fun!
Don’t miss out, because after this you will have to miss us for a few weeks!
Also this is the last workshop from our STAR interns – Kiefer and Evelien – who are gonna leave us at the end of the week.
I think we gave you enough reasons to come down!
And newbie’s, you’re first one is free!
Tomorrow’s workshop will be facilitated by the very talented Corinna Reichle.
In this workshop we might not figure out the meaning of life or find answers to the universes biggest questions..
But it will ask and answer all the questions about a character. From getting into character to staying in character at all times – whether you perform solo in a 60 minute one woman show or have one shared line as part of a 50 men Greek chorus.
After this workshop you surely will be ready for it!
If you’re new, your first workshop is free! 🙂
Doors 6:45 – Start workshop: 7pm.
Synge Street CBS.
See you there!
We’re in for another treat!
Tomorrow’s workshop will be another one facilitated by our beloved interns Evelien Hofhuis and Kiefer Brink.
Two weeks ago they facilitated a workshop on “not acting” on stage. They researched how to, genuinely, enter a space or react to a situation without acting.
This workshop they will continue their research. They will research how to add emotion to a scene, when the goal is not to act. Can you completely imagine a feeling, to make a genuine representation of it on stage.
Please note, you can easily partake in this workshop, without having attended the previous one!
Tomorrow 7pm sharp! Synge Street CBS.
Ever dreamed of joining No Drama’s elite ranks of sexy workshop facilitators? Well here is your chance!
The 24th of June (Saturday) will see HKU’s finest, Evelien Hofhuis and Kiefer Brink guide us through a workshop designed to get your ready to lead your very own class! It will also be a great opportunity for current facilitators to get professional input on their craft.
Monday means monologues! The 19th night sees some of No Drama’s finest take to the lower floor of The Black Sheep of Capel Street, to indulge in some solo action for your viewing pleasure! A great night of entertainment for all and an excellent chance for our members to practice their stagecraft in a relaxed setting and hosted by the uniquely talented Shivvy Hickey, it is guaranteed to be 64% more fun that crashing on your couch to watch Netlfix for the night!
Doors at 7.00 PM, show starts at 7.30 PM sharp! Entree: €5,-
Its summer production time down here at Synge Street. Director Louise Dunne is set to take to a main production where no main production has gone before: Smock Alley Theatre’s Main Stage! The play will run from the 4th to the 8th of July but if it is going to do so, it will require your help.
We need people to help out in a number of key positions both in management and backstage. If you don’t have experience in a position that you are interested in then we are always happy to provide training. If you have ever worked backstage you know how fun and rewarding it can be to help put on a show and this promises to be quite the show! In particular, we are looking for Prop Master as a matter of priority, which involves assisting with the sourcing of props and taking charge of them during the performance.
If you wish to get stuck in or think you might be able to help out in promoting the play then please contact Louise at loudunne at gmail.com
Our all to beautiful cousins over in Gorgeous Theatre are taking their first production out for a spin this June, all the ravishing details below:
In June. Alice and Bobby are going on their summer holidays.
Time to check out. Time to check in.
Alice and Bobby are going on their summer holidays in June.
It’s a dream come true. Fun and laughter for a week or two.
Alice and Bobby are going on their summer holidays, and June is coming too.
Physical and Absurd Theatre.
Devised by Ciaran Treanor, Daniel O’Brien, Emma Brennan, Helen McGrath and Noel Cahill
Directed by Ciaran Treanor.
Fearing work tomorrow? Don’t worry, we’ll be there to ease the pain, with a fantastic new workshop from Mr Noel Cahill!!
How can you play on stage? How can you perfect your staging? Let’s take a look at speed, rhythm and cadence within absurd theatre. This workshop is based around choreography and exaggeration. We will look at speeding things up and slowing things right down, fattening them til they burst, and even skipping whole chunks of action to tell an aesthetic story instead of just a story. We’ll try to apply the Lecoq technique of expand and reduce.
Hope to see you’ll there, and for all you newbies, the first one is free!
Synge street CBS – 7pm sharp.