With the audition process drawing to a conclusion, we want to say a thank you to everyone who turned out and we are so very excited for the cast announcement!
While auditions may be wrapping up for ‘Kate Crackernuts’, fear not! No Drama always has something going on for our members to sink their theatrical teeth into!!
Next up The Easter Shindig!!! Whoop Whoop!!
This Tuesday Louise Dunne ( the one who keeps popping up everywhere doing all of the things and getting other people to do all of the things) will be explaining all things Shindigery through a fun, energetic, stage skills workshop.
Get yourself down to CBS Synge St. for 7pm because… Well… Sure what else would ya be doing!?
“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!
Pull up a chair and pour yourself a strong cup of tea. It’s nearly #WorkshopTuesday. And we promise you, this one is going to be EPIC!
– An introduction to stage combat –
This Tuesday your workshop will be facilitated by Guest Facilitator: James Cosgrave.
With a strong background in martial arts, James began training in stage combat in both unarmed and in several weapon styles with the Irish Dramatic Combat Academy (IDCA) where he later went on to become an instructor with the group. Over the last 10 years, he has worked on productions for theatre, film, and TV. And this Tuesday he will be YOUR facilitator.
Wear something that won’t prevent you from moving around and attacking your enemies.
Door 6:45 | Workshop 7 pm | Synge Street CBS.
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
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.
Change of plan for tomorrow night’s workshop!
In place of Siobhan, Johnny Shortall will lead us unto the breach with a workshop based on getting the most from dialogue.
We will examine how to put your own personal stamp on your lines and techniques to examine them from as many different angles as possible, bound to be of use to those looking to audition soon.
It’s gonna be a good ‘un!
7pm tomorrow, CBS Synge St.
This week’s workshop, “Why So Serious? Parody, Satire and How to Make Serious, Funny”, will be run by the fantabulous Sarah Lynne.
See you all tomorrow at 7pm, CBS school Synge street.
First timers can come for free so bring friends, strangers, enemies or acquaintances!
This week’s Workshop will be facilitated by Shane Robinson!
The Workshop will be followed by a live performance of “Dibble-Dabble” at 9:30!
N.B. We’re starting at 7pm sharp Tuesday (24th Nov) at CBS Synge Street.
And if it is your first workshop, it is totally free.
See you there!