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Get a taste of the Frantic method of devising in our Introductory Workshop!
Join one of our Frantic practitioners for a six hour workshop and discover Frantic Assembly's unique approach to creating physical material.
What does it involve?
- Learn physical theatre techniques
- Work collaboratively to create new devised material
- Explore how to use physicality to create meaning and subtext
- Build your own physical confidence and develop your skills
- Learn new and exciting approaches to devising work to take into your own practice
This workshop is for anyone who wants an insight into how Frantic Assembly create theatre. It will not explore text or vocal exercises.
This is course is designed for participants aged 18 and over. No previous experience necessary, this workshop is suitable for all.
PUBLIC TRAINING BURSARY PLACES
We are pleased to be offering two bursary places on each of our Public Training courses to those who have lived experience of underrepresentation in the arts.We're especially interested in hearing from underrepresented artists in the industry.
WHAT DO WE MEAN BY UNDERREPRESENTED?
In line with our Equality, Diversity & Inclusion policy, Frantic Assembly is committed to creating opportunities for participants that face socio-economic barriers in the arts. For our introductory course, we are especially interested in hearing from global majority and disabled artists.
If you fit the criteria above, please complete an application form to apply for a bursary place. We have a separate form for bursary places which can be found here.
You can read our commitment to Equality, Diversity & Inclusion here.
If you have any enquiries, please contact our Participation Producer here.
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