Bill Dodds is running a series of Director’s Workshops in the Green Room on Club nights from 7pm. The workshops are suitable for all levels of experience. The example used will be a One act play by John Mortimer –‘The Dock Brief’ which will be performed for a Patrons Evening to be held at the end of the season.
This 2 hander, by the creator of Horace Rumpole is already cast ( Stan Dix and John Thornton have the roles) and the purpose of the workshops will be to give ANYONE interested ( beginners or not) an opportunity to give their views on how the play can be best presented to an audience. Concentrating on stage movement , line delivery, positioning, and ”business” – in other words all aspects of presenting a play which will move the production from “ordinary” to “extraordinary” and to give every member the opportunity to make suggestions and to discuss why certain aspects of basic stage craft need to be followed . Scripts will be available to distribute to those attending from Tuesday 8th December.
The audition reading for We’ll Always Have Paris will be on Tuesday, 2nd December in The Little Theatre from 7.00pm.
Anyone interested in being involved in this production should make every effort to attend the readings. Bill Dodds is directing.
There are four female parts:- Nancy, Anna, Raquel and Madame Boussiron plus one male part Charlot.
Denise will be holding a workshop based on First World War Poetry at 7pm on Tuesday 25th November at the Little Theatre.
Some members have already chosen their poem but poems can be chosen on the night.
100 years on and still we remember and honour the First World War heroes.
Productions for the season –
Anyone interested in being involved in a particular production should make every effort to attend the readings. We need a lot of support for the large cast of Agatha Crusty as there are quite a few smallish parts.
Tuesday 12th August – The Exorcism
Tuesday 19th August – Agatha Crusty and the Village Hall Murders
Tuesday 26th August – We’ll Always Have Paris
Come along at 7.30 and let your light shine!
8th October at 7.30pm
Don’t Worry if you haven’t been on stage before – we all had to start somewhere.
Everyone from total novice to those with some experience are welcome to attend.
We’re also looking for people interested in all aspects of theatre:- lighting, sound, props, costume, etc.
All are welcome at the Little Theatre Cleadon, 5 Boldon Lane, Cleadon, SR6 7RH. For directions click here