Shindig Shindig Shindig!
It’s Shindig time!!
Ok so the Shindig is where No Drama members get to showcase their writing, directing and acting skills in the intimate surrounds of the Pearse Centre for one night only… the 13th April… A Saturday… because we all love a good theatrical Saturday.
If you have a piece of writing, please submit to firstname.lastname@example.org this week.
If you are interested in directing one of the pieces please put your hand up by emailing email@example.com.
And if you would like to act in one of the pieces let us know asap that you are interested by… you guessed it… emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks everyone, looking forward to hearing from you all.
– No Drama Shindig Team
“Developing Character through Scene Work”
This week we will be going on a deep dive into constructing rounded characters through short script excerpts. Through the challenge of creating with limited materials we will really push our creativity to its limit!
Where: CBS, Synge St
Workshop begins at 7pm.
€10 per workshop/€25 for the month
If it’s your first workshop, you go free!
Tomorrow’s workshop will be facilitated by our other Dutch intern Evelien Hofhuis! During this workshop we will research all facets of focus.
Focus in space, a scene, each other, on details.
We will discover what our definition of focus is and how can we use it to develop a scene.
Workshop starts 7pm sharp. Synge Street CBS. See you there!
Howdy! Tomorrows workshop will be facilitated by Kiefer Brink – one of our new interns from the Netherlands.
This workshop will focus on the basic skills of improvisation, to help you develop a scene and keep it interesting for an audience to watch. Tomorrow night we’ll all be improvisation heroes!
Workshop starts 7pm sharp. Synge Street CBS School
No better way to start the week! Tomorrows workshop “Movement training for actors- using mind, body and spirit” will be facilitated by the always lovely Charlotte Keating.
In this week’s workshop we will explore the “Triadic Approach”, developed by Jean Sabatine (a specialist in movement for actors) which aims to combine these three elements through physical movement.
7pm, CBS Synge St.
See you there!
Another week, another workshop… And boy does Pat Deery have a good ‘un in store for you!
All the world a stage. And all the men and women merely players.
Come explore what Shakespeare meant in a workshop just as you like it.
Who/What’s in a Name?
Who is Harry and dare you perform before the Greek Critique!!!!
Tomorrow’s workshop will be facilitated by David Breen.
“Getting into character and letting go”
Fresh from the first official rehearsal of “Closer”, he’s got big plans for you all.
Reminder – due to scheduling, workshops must begin at 7pm. If they don’t then you lose out on some valuable theatrical time so please try to make it on time to the workshops.
Workshop -7pm, CBS Synge St. (If you’re a newbie, your first workshop is free!)
Yizzer all only great and lovely!
Tomorrow’s workshop is facilitated by Mr. John Fox. It’s gonna be a good ‘un!
7pm, CBS Synge St.
Just to give a taster of the kind of opportunities that come up for no drama members:
Areaman Productions contacted the group to conduct interviews to be used in a short film, you can see the results of that here.
(no drama members can be seen at numbers : 18, 27,36,45,56,59,62,65,69,99,113,116,123,133)
Recently the group members have also been offered the opportunity to take part in a D.I.T final year fine art project. More details here.
Last year the group also appeared on RTE’s nationwide programme.
Opportunities for screen and stage come up pretty regularly for no drama, come along and see for yourself!
The next specialised workshop will be run by Aidan Killian and will take place on Saturday March 20th from 11am to 5pm. The cost for monthly paid up members is 20 euros and for non-monthly paid up members it is 30 euros. To secure your place you must pay the fee in advance.
From 11am to 1pm:
– Theory on making people laugh
– comedy methodology
– How to be comfortable on stage
– Psychology of leading an audience
– 3 different ways to develop material
– Learn to craft a set.
– Understand and master timing
– Deal with the unforseen
– A taste of story telling
Aiden ran a course last year and is hoping to do a short introduction and move forward from what he did on the last course with No Drama so new and returning participants can feel the benefits.
You can find out more about him here:
Remeber Prebooking essential: you can book via
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org