JMK Workshop with Leeds Playhouse, Thursday 25th April
Verbatim theatre is a form of documentary theatre which is based on the spoken words of real people. This Spring, Junction 8 Theatre’s production of their new verbatim play Lancastrians will tour community spaces around Lancashire. The play was made using the real words of 500 people interviewed about living in Lancashire today. Three actors take the audience on a whistle-stop tour of the county, playing a multitude of characters in a variety of locations, creating a snapshot of Lancashire life.
In this FREE practical workshop with Leeds Playhouse, JMK Director Practitioner Liz Stevenson will share the process of making Lancastrians. You will find out about different approaches to making verbatim work, try out some verbatim techniques for yourself and explore how this approach to making theatre might influence your own practice. Liz Stevenson is an experienced freelance director and former winner of the JMK Award (2015), Artistic Director of Junction 8, and is soon to become Artistic Director of Theatre by the Lake.
Date & Times: Thursday 25th April, 2.30pm to 5.30pm
Location: The Blue Room, 2nd Floor, 7 Eastgate, LS2 7LY
To book your free place, please click here.