17th March 2018
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For intermediate performers
Ahead of the Tron Theatre Company's production of Jack Thorne's exhilarating one-woman play Bunny, director Paul Brotherston leads an exploration of the technical challenges (and brilliant, wonderful, exciting things) facing the actor in performing a one-person character monologue. Participants will work practically on a pre-prepared piece of text to build character and perform for the group.
Paul Brotherston is artistic director of NTS company-in-residence Blood of the Young, and is the associate artist at the Tron. Last year he directed a co-production between the companies, Daphne Oram’s Wonderful World of Sound, and a second co-production, Pride and Prejudice, will follow on the Tron’s mainstage this summer. Other directing credits include the CATS award nominated Krapp’s Last Tape (Tron Theatre Company), Secret Show 1, Golden Arm Theatre Project (Blood of the Young). Paul was associate director of NTS’ Fringe First award-winning How to Act, and was assistant director on Anything That Gives Off Light (NTS) and Lanark (Citizens Theatre).
Please bring a pre-prepared extract of text.