Devising Theatre with The Wardrobe Ensemble

A brand new online CPD Workshop & Resource Pack for Drama Teachers and Facilitators

This 2 hour online workshop is aimed at Drama Teachers and Facilitators working with KS4/5 students in schools. 

 

This workshop will equip teachers with a series of devising tools and techniques to take back to the classroom and support their students in their own devised theatre-making. Through pre-recorded videos, presentations and interactive discussions, we will unpack some of the key exercises The Wardrobe Ensemble use to make its work. We will look at how to generate new material, develop discussions, create narrative structure and make visually exciting theatrical moments. We will explore how to document the creative process, discuss ways of working as an ensemble and make space for participant’s to talk about their own practice. Taken together, we hope to provide an informative, thoughtful and enriching theatre workshop that provides teachers with an insight into the company’s methodology, which they can incorporate into their own teaching. 

After this workshop you will:

  • Have a good understanding of The Wardrobe Ensemble’s devising process. 

  • Be able to lead five devising tasks with your students in a socially distanced classroom.

  • Develop your own devising language and best practice for running a room.

 

This workshop also includes:

  • A teaching resource pack, detailing each exercise discussed in the workshop and an outline of the company process.

  • Pre-recorded videos of our exercises and company interviews.

 

Info:

  • There will be no more than 12 participants per workshop.

  • Each exercise will be socially distanced applicable and in line with the current government guidelines.

Price: £50 (inc. VAT) 

 

Pay below or email us to request an invoice via emily@thewardrobeensemble.com. If you feel you are unable to pay for a place at the moment, please email Emily to discuss.

Tuesday 20th October

5pm-7pm

Thursday 29th October

5pm-7pm

Tuesday 3rd November

5pm-7pm

Tuesday 10th November

5pm-7pm

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