Whose scene is it anyway?
26 May 2011
Two days of action packed workshops on collaborative theatre
PLAYMARKET have gathered on board some of the country’s most experienced and successful theatre collaborators to lead a series of five workshops exploring the creation, recording, and contracting of collaborative work.
Writers and collaborators are invited to join Justin Lewis (Indian Ink), Jo Randerson (Barbarian Productions), Andrew Foster (Trouble), Vela Manusaute and Anapela Polataivao (Kila Kokonut Krew) and emerging playmakers Binge Culture Collective on the rehearsal floor for a rare look into the workings of these celebrated theatre makers.
A special session sponsored by DANZ asks – are there parallels between the creative process of dance and group-devised work in theatre?
The forum will explore the issues around collaboration and acknowledgement of dancer contribution to the creative process.
Registrations opened today and travel subsidies are available for those outside of Wellington who wish to attend.
Friday 1 – Saturday 2 July 2011
Te Whaea Dance and Drama Centre, Wellington
Places strictly limited so book now – only $10 per session
Travel subsidies available – contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit www.playmarket.org.nz for more information