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I provide theatre design workshops throughout the South East for both primary and secondary schools as well as higher education, adult and community groups and groups with special needs.
Companies for which I have led workshops include: National Theatre, Young Vic, Almeida Theatre, Hampstead Theatre, Kazzum, All Change Arts and London Bubble.
Workshops range from 1 hour sessions to full days and project residencies, many of which feature hands on creative activities. I also have experience working with groups to facilitate the creation of their design for performance.
Tailor made workshops for your group’s needs.
Fully CRB checked and based in the South East.
To contact me about workshops or a project email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Introducing concept of theatre design -
Stage terminology -
How the designer collaborates with the production team
Mood boards and making scale models
Designing for a specific set text -
Using historical and social research in design
Analysing and discussing specific designs
Using research for inspiration
Designing for Shakespeare
Vocabulary of stage design
Period costume and historical detail
Creating designs for a specific character
Creating an onstage world through costume
Dress up costume sessions
How costumes e.g. corsets / bustles / top hats/
period detail / masks affect performers
Practical Making Skills Workshops
Mood boards and making both scale models and shoebox concept models
Making costumes / sets / props
Breaking down and ageing techniques
Introducing scenic painting
Introducing prop making / sourcing
Costume and set making with recycled materials
Costume making / adapting
Simple costume making
Making objects for an installation e.g. giant puppets