Thinking Dramaturgically as Directors: Workshop
Sat Jan 29 2022 at 02:00 pm to 05:00 pm
Black Box @ 42 Waterloo Street | Singapore, SG
About this Event
Thinking Dramaturgically as Directors offers an open and dialogic space for theatre directors to reflect on and critically review their practice and philosophy as practitioners.
The process will draw on experience, ideas and aspirations that inform the way directors work, to analyse, question and evolve dramaturgical frames of theatre making.
This 3-hour workshop is limited to arts practitioners who are Malay, Indian, Tamil identifying and/or are working within the Malay, Tamil or Indian theatre/arts contexts in Singapore. If in doubt, please reach out to [email protected] to check if you qualify.
✦ Workshop capacity is capped at 15 participants. We seek your understanding that allocation will be on a first-come-first-served basis and sign-ups will close when all slots are filled.
✦ Registrants will need to provide their brief biography and a statement of motivation for joining the workshop.
✦ All workshop participants are encouraged to read the e-zine publications "ADN Re/View" ahead of the workshop. Download the free issues from http://bit.ly/adnre-view
✦ All workshop participants must be fully vaccinated. Additionally, participants and staff are required to self-administer and receive a negative result on a Antigen Rapid Test (ART) on the morning of the workshop prior to arrival.
[NOTE: A recommended donation amount of $20 is encouraged to support the conduct of this workshop. However, if you are unable to make donation, please write to [email protected] to register for this event. Please note that donations are non-refundable. ]
CHARLENE RAJENDRAN has performed, directed and written for the theatre, as well as facilitated theatre workshops and dialogues. More recently she has been dramaturg in interdisciplinary and collaborative arts projects such as Both Sides, Now ( 2013-2018), In the Silence of Your Heart (2018), Ghost Writer(The Necessary Stage, 2016), The Malay Man and His Chinese Father (2016) and It Won’t Be Too Long: The Cemetery (2015). She also researches contemporary performance, dramaturgy, issues of identity and play-based pedagogies. She is Associate Professor at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and Co-Director of Asian Dramaturgs' Network.
Where is it happening?Black Box @ 42 Waterloo Street, 42 Waterloo Street, Singapore, Singapore
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