Preparation for shows
how the here and now can shape practice
This #JMKSpace session/workshop on Zoom will look at how to prepare for shows, with a particular focus on the environment we find ourselves in now. Nancy will lead a guided reflection on how the situation we are currently facing can shape thoughts on practice as we look toward the future.
Please send in any questions you may have for Nancy ahead of the workshop, so she can consider these.
This #JMKSpace event is open to all. It takes the place of our directors’ groups normally hosted by Nuffield Southampton Theatres, Salisbury Playhouse, Bristol Old Vic and Reading Rep.
20 spaces are available. There will be a waiting list for participants who wish to join once the workshop has reached capacity. As with all our events, please inform us as soon as possible if you are no longer able to attend.
The workshop will take place 4.00 p.m – 6.00 p.m on Friday 19th June on Zoom, facilitated by Nik Partridge.
To reserve your free place, and receive a Zoom invitation, please email– firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any access requirements, need technical support or have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to contact email@example.com
More #JMKSpace open-access events to be announced soon.
Nancy Medina is originally from Brooklyn NY, and currently based in Bristol. She is an acting tutor at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and Course Leader for a post 16 Professional Acting Diploma at Boomsatsuma.
Coming up: Heart(Kiln Theatre), Choir Boy(Nottingham Playhouse/Theatre Royal Stratford East)
Directing credits include: The Laramie Project(Bristol Old Vic) Two Trains Running (Royal&Derngate/English Touring Theatre), Strange Fruit(Bush Theatre) The Half God of Rainfall(Fuel/Birmingham Rep/Kiln Theatre), Collective Rage: A Play in 5 Betties(Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama), When They Go Low(NT Connections/Sherman Theatre), Yellowman(Young Vic), Romeo and Juliet(GB Theatre),As You Like it(GB Theatre), Curried Goat and Fish Fingers(Bristol Old Vic), Dogtag (Theatre West), Strawberry & Chocolate (Tobacco Factory Theatres), Dutchman(Tobacco Factory Theatres) and Persistence of Memory(Rondo Theatre).
Awards: 2018 RTST Sir Peter Hall Director Award (Royal & Derngate/ETT), 2017 Genesis Future Director Award (Young Vic), 2014 Emerging Director’s Prize (Tobacco Factory Theatres)
4.00 p.m – 6.00 p.m on Friday 19th June
#JMKSpace on Zoom