This class is part of: Theatre Maker Classes
Who could benefit from this course?Anyone who wants to make their own work (writers, actors, directors) but doesn’t know where to start.How does it work?Through storytelling and improvisation exercises, participants will produce a host of ideas for future development, and should feel more confident about their ability to do so more easily in future.What do you gain?The starting point for a clutch of future projects, and greater assurance about getting the ball rolling on future creative adventures.DateThursdays from 8th November 2018 for 3 weeksTime6.30pm - 9.30pmFee£80
Teacher/Creator BiogOliver Senton teaches regularly at Drama Studio, Mountview and RADA. He studied at York University, and trained as an actor a at The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, and has worked for the RSC and Chichester Theatres as well as in the West End. He is an associate artist of Slung Low, and a founder member of Olivier Award inners Showstopper! The Improvised Musical andThe School of Night. He has recently directed Gemskii’s one-woman show about Joan Littlewood, Joan, Babs and Shelagh Too, and Max Dickins’ first two plays, Trunk and The Man on the Moor, which is touring in Mar/April.