This highly popular workshop gives you the opportunity to explore through practice the ideas of two hugely influential theatre practitioners - Konstantin Stanislavski and Bertolt Brecht. Both men challenged the existing conventions of theatre-making and developed their own systems, which continue to influence theatre and cinema today.
Through practical exercises you will explore the different approaches of these two giants of theatre and experiment with their effects on performance. We will finish the day by making two scenes using the same subject matter but using the techniques of each practitioner.
Course Tutor: John Wright
Drama Resource is proud to present a Masterclass with John Wright. This one-day practical course investigates a structured approach to devising theatre. John will cover three main aspects of his work:
The course is ideal for potential theatre-makers who would like to devise theatre with adults or young people and will help teachers who require a structured approach that they can use in the classroom or studio.
John Wright is an internationally renowned teacher and director and the author of Why Is That So Funny?
"Theatre about as inventive, imaginative and fantastical as it gets." - Time Out.
Since 2005 Drama Resource has offered a range of high quality training opportunities to hundreds of teachers, teaching assistants, drama practitioners, actors and directors. Courses on drama in education explore the role of drama techniques to use across the curriculum. Courses on directing and devising theatre use exciting and creative approaches to developing group performance. All courses are highly practical and supported by course notes, enabling participants to easily adapt the approaches for their own use.