Wanna be in our gang?

We are working on a new project at our old stomping – the Samuel Beckett Centre in Trinity College.

And we want you to get involved…

The Samuel Beckett Theatre Collective is a meeting of students and graduates of the School of Drama, Film & Music, TCD.

In November 2010 the SBTC will be launched over a week of workshops, masterclasses and
a new work festival all happening at the Samuel Beckett Theatre.

We are currently accepting submissions for our new work development strand
which will take place in the Samuel Beckett Theatre during the week 8th-13th November.

Do you have an idea for a performance that you want to try out?

Do you have the bones of a new script that you’ve been toying with?

Do you have a small seed of something that you want to bring into a rehearsal room and see where it goes?

The new work strand of the SBTC will provide students and graduates of the SBC to develop and road test ideas for performance at a very early stage in an informal setting. The piece can take any form – theatre, live art, dance / movement, comedy, music… You decide.

The selected participants will be given support and advice in the development of their ideas towards a performance taking place in the Samuel Beckett Theatre. Audience feedback is encouraged in order to help the ideas to evolve further.

In order to make a submission:

Send us an email to talkingshopensemble@gmail.com detailing;

Your proposed idea – be as clear and concise as possible. What is it now? What do you want to be? How will showing it help it to develop?

Who you are. What are you interested in? What sort of work have you done to date?

Any further supporting material – not essential but you can send a draft of the script or an outline of potential structure of the piece.

The deadline for submission is Monday 25th October at 5 pm.
If you have any questions or comments before shoot us an email too.

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