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Response-Ability: Theatre Pedagogy in Changing Times

Discussing questions facing drama schools, teachers and students of theatre in the Post-COVID world

Unrehearsed Futures is a series of public conversations between heads of drama schools and leading performance trainers from across the globe to discuss and address the new realities of teaching drama. Through these discussions we will look at pedagogical approaches to teaching in the absence of presence, the benefits and challenges of alternative technologies, formats and mediums as well as planning long-term learning journeys against uncertain future conditions.

Please place any questions you would like to be discussed in the meeting in the “Questions and Comments” section below for the consideration of the speakers.

TIME ZONES: 5:00 pm India
12:30 pm UK Time, 9:30 pm AEST, 7:30 am New York (EDT), 13:30 S. AfricaTime

Nov 19, 2020 05:00 PM in India

About the Speakers: 
 Daniel Stein |  Mime | Faculty, Brown University & Accademia Dell’ArteDaniel Stein began his professional career as an actor with the French National Theatre and has since rendered solo performances in more than 30 countries. He has conducted masterclasses throughout the world at institutions such as Juilliard School of Drama and The Shanghai Theatre Academy.
 Norman Taylor | Senior Lecoq Pedagogue, Embodied PoeticsNorman Taylor teaches, advises, provokes, creates and directs and is widely regarded as one of the finest international ambassadors of the pedagogy of Jacques Lecoq. As a first-generation Master Teacher he taught alongside Lecoq at the famed Parisian school for almost 20 years.
Workshop Takeaways:An on-stage play is just the tip of the iceberg, there are so many elements that helped keep it afloat. In this workshop, join Daniel Goldman on a journey into the art of staging, directing, and designing a play – and what makes good theatre-makers tick.
 Explore a series of practical techniques to help you:Think more holistically about staging, directing and designMine text (speeches / dialogue / dramatic structure) for meaningFind the heart of a play and work outwards from thereGet under the skin of a characterUnderstand how design helps you tell your story