A highly energetic and creative workshop developing devising techniques.
Participants will strengthen their physical awareness and connection, explore dynamics of play and impulse, learn how to build ensemble using a range of elements such as text, imagery, sound and basic materials. By provoking and inspiring this workshop strives for performers to find their strength, have a compelling presence on stage and equip you with ways to take ideas and turn them into great theatre.
In response to how Covid 19 has dramatically effected how education is delivered, we have adapted our much loved workshop and residency programme to inhabit the digital space. This includes digital workshop, residencies, and live streamed conversations with Red Leap creatives.
A residency in schools working together to create an unforgettable production.
The residency runs over two terms. The first term focuses on regular classes exploring physicality, devising, imagery creation and seeding ideas. The second term is rigorous working intensively with the students and teachers to develop ideas and build an innovative production. Lighting, costume and sound requirements are to be supplied by the school.
We are able to offer International Residencies and workshops.
Red Leap run international workshops and residencies annually, for both students and teachers. We have taught extensively in Singapore and Hong Kong, and in Taiwan, Macau and South Korea.
In response to how Covid 19 has dramatically effected how education is delivered, we have adapted our much loved international residency programme to inhabit the digital space. We are now taking bookings for 2021/22.
A one day workshop for teachers and facilitators. Register your interest now, limited places.
Using exercises, games and provocations we will demystify the devising technique. Participants will learn to offer practical suggestions to invigorate your students and generate interesting devised work. We will provide you with a variety of tools that can be effortlessly recreated in the classroom.
For more information please contact Emma Deakin