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Being in a Production


Course description:

In ten short weeks, we will discover and research all the aspects of what to expect when you are in a production.

We will delve into the full process, from auditions to performance, and all the stops in between.

Researching the different rehearsal processes with and without scripts, delving into different acting and directing styles.

To make sure that you will become a PRO at being in a production.
 
You do not need experience to join this course- anyone is welcome.

About the director:

Renée van de Schoor: Renée van de Schoor graduated in 2015 from the University of the Arts Utrecht. After which she moved to Dublin, where she worked for Ireland’s National Theatre and devoted her spare time to No Drama Theatre. She has over 15 years of experience as an actor, director, and teacher, and is currently working as Theatre Educator for Het Laagland, and is the Artistic Coordinator of their youth department Jong Laagland. Renée directed Alles is Drama’s most recent production: Frankenstein - The Man and The Monster. 

Practical information:​

Director: Renée van de Schoor
When: Tuesdays 19:00 - 22:00 

Contact Person: Jonas

Number of Lessons: 10

First Class: Tuesday 19th of September

Last Class: Tuesday 21st of November

Showcase: Likely 7th of December or a week later

Language: English

Max. of participants: 

Price: 44,50 (Students)

60,50 (Non-Students)

Note:

Sign-ups are handled on a first-come, first serve basis, be quick to sign-up

Deadline to sign-up:

Sunday the 17th of September at 18:00

Course 1

Theatre & Technology

Course description:

Yala Claessens believes art is a means to help us comprehend the world we live in. Theatre & Technology is an immersive experience that takes place at the intersection between art and self-actualisation.

On the agenda: what the tech?!

In this course we will:

1) Reflect on our relationship with technology, online culture and contemporary society, 2) Explore how to use technology to our advantage in creative practice, and 3) Learn to utilise our personal perspective (thoughts, feelings, experiences, knowledge) as fertiliser for creative expression.

On the menu: performing arts, creative writing and group reflection. As social media is designed to claim our focus we will also throw some mindfulness in the mix to stay connected and grounded within ourselves.

About the director:

Yala Claessens (NL) [he/him] {1990} <left-handed> ~ -non-binary- is an interdisciplinary artist based in Maastricht, the Netherlands. Their work meets at the intersection between art, education and personal development. Yala believes art is a means to help us comprehend the complex world we live in. One creative outburst at a time.

Practical information:​

Director: Yala Claessens
When: Wednesday 19:00 - 22:00

Contact Person: Mylia

Number of Lessons: 10

First Class: Wednesday 20th of September

Last Class: Wednesday 22nd of November

Showcase: Likely 7th December or a week later  

Language: English

Max. of participants: 

Price: 44,50 (Students)

60,50 (Non-Students)

Note:

Sign-ups are handled on a first-come, first-serve basis, be quick to sign-up

Deadline to sign-up:

Sunday the 17th of September at 18:00

Course 2
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