1st March to 3rd March 2019
Drama, the Universal Language
*Please note, the workshops will only take place if a minimum of 10 people register per course.
*Although each of the courses has their own itineray and dates, we have created a general itinerary common to all this includes 3pm to 5pm on day of arrival, warm welcome, by course co-ordiantor and hosts, and intro and Q & A with course tutor. Please do not hesitate in contacting us for more details.
|DAY||CONTENT FOR MORNING SESSION AND AFTERNOON SESSION|
|ONE||Introductory Expectations: Skill Sharing Introduction to physical, vocal and creative *Warm ups *[These will then be done at every session]
Improvisation and stimulus from environment and some elements principles of world theatre i.e. kabuki / Commedia
|TWO||Sound Bath work with vocals/sounds – Story telling with sounds
Physicality on stage and meanings non-verbal
Story telling- exploring how we use language in theatre
|THREE||Introduction to Devising and Stage Craft
Working on Scenes; group/ duologues/ monologues using elements developed from previous sessions
|FOUR||Create a narrative/collage facilitated by Drama Practitioner
* Feedback and Evaluation Session
|SIX||Run Through; Dress & Technical rehearsal
Prepare for Performance
THE TUTOR- Mikyla Durkan
Mikyla Durkan has worked as a theatre practitioner director, actor and producer, both in the UK and abroad, over the previous 11 years. She specialises in devising. She received a 1st class degree from Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts in 2005. She has recently studied with Dario Fo in Italy, exploring elements of theatre and performance alongside several other practitioners including Mario Pirvano and Jacopo Fo.
She has produced over 100 shows at varied venues in England and Italy including extensive directorial work, design; costume, set, marketing FX design and operation, stage management and devising.