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Shetland Youth Theatre Company returns to explore Acting and Performing Theory in practice! Sessions are delivered online through Zoom on 23 September, 30 September and 7 October, 5.30 - 6.45pm.
Subtext - What is it? Why is it important? Following the clues to discover and use subtext within a written piece of work.
The Given Circumstances - Exploring how we map out a production through text and use it to develop character, narrative and production design.
Characterisation - Learning how a company can approach collaborative characterisation techniques.
Roles and Responsibilities - Exploring the unique and different perspectives of different people who work in Theatre.
Sessions are led by Stephenie Pagulayan of ALICE Theatre Company.
Upon booking you will receive a confirmation email with more details, if you do not receive this please contact email@example.com