Producing 101

with Steph Connell

This performance has taken place in the past

Whether you’re interested in producing for other people or self-producing your own work, we all need a hand and to compare notes sometimes. Facilitated by Steph Connell, this four-day workshop will give participants a whistle-stop tour of the basics of producing for theatre. Topics will include:

  • How to talk about yourself and your work
  • Figuring out what you need and who to ask for it
  • Project planning
  • Budgets
  • Fundraising
  • Touring
  • Marketing
  • Pitching your project

Whilst we don’t pretend to have all the answers, Steph, and her invited guests, will share their experiences so far and what they have learnt along the way. This workshop takes place over four consecutive days. Participants should be available to attend all four days.

Steph Connell is a freelance Producer working in theatre and events across the UK. Her experience includes live theatre, digital and outdoor work across new writing, circus, dance and children’s theatre. She is Executive Producer for Glasgow-based Wonder Fools, recently producing flagship participation programme Positive Stories for Negative Times, 549: Scots of the Spanish Civil War (national tour) and Lampedusa (Citizens Theatre). She is also Producer of Manchester-based company ThickSkin for which credits include Shade, Petrichor, How Not To Drown, AWOL, Chalk Farm and as Assistant Producer for The Static, as well as Associate Producer with Raw Material working on The Stamping Ground (Eden Court) and James IV: Queen of the Fight (Scottish Tour). Steph was Stage One Producer at the Citizens Theatre in 2017. Other producing credits include No Way Back (Frantic Assembly), Surreal Carnival Experience (Frantic Assembly/ Underworld), Leaper – A Fish Tale and Finding Victoria (Tucked In), Full Stop and Playground Victories (Light The Fuse/ Scribbled Thought). Steph has also worked for Artichoke, National Theatre of Scotland, Greenwich and Docklands International Festival, National Centre for Circus Arts and was previously Artist Development Coordinator at the Tron Theatre specialising in artist development.

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Producing 101