#JMKSpace: Working with Non-Traditional Texts with Tinuke Craig
Join Tinuke Craig for this workshop which will examine the particularities of directing work that doesn’t fit comfortably into traditional structures. Perhaps the play is more like a poem, perhaps it has no beginning, middle or end, perhaps the characters are called 1, 2, 3 or maybe there are no characters at all. It can be challenging trying to provide traditional techniques to non-tradition pieces. This workshop will discuss how you might approach these texts, how you might work with actors on them, how non-traditional work meets audiences and what can be preserved from traditional ways of working to help us.
This #JMKSpace event is a repeat of Tinuke’s November workshop and open to all who did not attend last time.
40 spaces are available.
The workshop will take place 6.30 – 8.30 p.m on Monday 14th December on Zoom.
To reserve your free place, and receive a Zoom invitation, please complete the form below no later than 5pm on Thursday 10th December.
If you have any further access requirements, need technical support or have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to contact email@example.com.
Tinuke was the Gate Theatre’s Associate Director from 2015-2016. In 2014 she was the winner of the Genesis Future Director Award. She is a selector for the National Student Drama Festival, an associate of the National Youth Theatre, and an Education Associate Practitioner at the RSC. She trained as a director at LAMDA.
Upcoming production: Crave (Chichester Festival Theatre 2020).
Other directing credits for theatre include: The Colour Purple (Leicester Curve) and Vassa (Almeida Theatre), Random/Generations (Chichester Festival Theatre); I Call My Brothers (Gate Theatre); Dirty Butterfly (Young Vic).
Assistant/Associate Director for Theatre includes: Wonder.land (National Theatre), Hamlet, All’s Well that Ends Well (RSC) and The Changeling (Young Vic).
6.30-8.30 p.m on Monday 14th December
#JMKSpace on Zoom
This event is FREE…
…but do consider a donation if you can, to help us continue this important work in future.
Thanks to The Golsoncott Foundation, The Thistle Trust, The Chapman Charitable Trust and Didymus for their support for #JMKSpace.