Learn to move, EXPLORE AND PLAY IN PHYSICAL THEATRE.
29th July - 1st August 2019 @ The Royal Latin School, Buckingham
After a successful reception of ‘Tull 100’ in Buckingham and Northampton, Now & Then Theatre are running an intensive 4-day summer workshop for young people aged 11-18 to introduce them to the methodologies of the company’s devising process. This shall be led by Artistic Directors, Martin Boileau and Billy Taylor, whose work is inspired by companies and practitioners such as John Wright, Frantic Assembly, Jacques Lecoq and many more!
Our intensive workshops are always driven by engagement and entertainment, finding fun ways to create theatre and always providing a new lesson each day. We use drama games that look at evolving and playing with physicality, voice and facial expression to enable the performer to gain confidence on stage through fun.
This summer course will offer the participant an insight into how to create their own theatre and tell their own stories as well as help them find the relevance of fun in work to their studies - Martin being a prior Head of Drama at the Royal Latin School and Billy currently studying European Theate Arts at Rose Bruford College, being part of the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain and being a company member of Frantic Assembly. We want to encourage young people to engage with the arts as well as provide them a fun and informative few days in the summer holidays.
Interested? Fill the form below to secure your place.
What is your story? That is a question we are continually asking at Now & Then Theatre, exploring, playing and inviting people to share their own story.
We strive to learn through play in order to make passionate and bold theatre. We examine both the extremes of physical, dance movements as well as the still, tender and subtle. And then we use these techniques in order to tell our stories truthfully and clearly.
Now & Then Theatre only spend a few hours on stage, every 'Now & Then'. However, we spend countless hours collaborating, educating and inspiring through workshops with students, veterans and our own rehearsals which tends to follow the "if you turn up, you can join in" style.