Ensemble Theatre Training
05 May, 2016 by Elena Marchevska | 0 comments
This 2-week, ensemble training residency with Rough Fiction theatre company provides an opportunity for early career artists and established professionals to further develop and expand their creative
This 2-week, ensemble training residency with Rough Fiction theatre company provides an opportunity for early career artists and established professionals to further develop and expand their creative practice in interdisciplinary theatre- making. Rough Fiction’s work combines physical devising practices, text, choral voice work and the application of Anna Halprin’s RSVP Cycles in a collaborative theatre-making process.
The physically intensive process will mix daily ensemble work lead by Rough Fiction’s directors with a series of master classes from leading theatre professionals including Frantic Assembly and theatre director Bruce Guthrie. Working from stimuli material, the 10-day process will culminate in a showcase performance on the final evening in a professional theatre.
The residency is hosted by London South Bank University in the heart of London’s cultural quarter. Working Monday – Friday from 10am to 5.30pm, participants also have the option to take onsite accommodation for the duration.
· A 2-week training and theatre-making process lead by Rough Fiction directors Simon Pittman and Maggie Ann Bain.
· Professional Master Classes with
? Frantic Assembly on devising and physicality
? Theatre Director Bruce Guthrie on text and acting (Wales Millennium Centre / Old Vic / West End)
? Aimee Leonard on choral singing and voice (Old Vic, National Theatre of Scotland)
? Further leading theatre director TBC
- A filmed copy of the performance for show-reel
· Two London theatre trips
· Use of professional rehearsal spaces at London South Bank Univerisity
· A showcase performance to invited industry professionals
The residency costs ￡620 Full Price or ￡570 for students and early-bird bookings before 6th May 2016. Optional accommodation can be booked via application at an extra cost.
Find out more, view content and apply here www.lsbu.ac.uk/rough-fiction