Short-Theatre-Bites: Holiday course with Jo Rogers (postponed to Oct)
Young Actors: Reflecting their world through their craft
By working with contemporary stories that enlighten and entertain, young actors and creatives will adapt, devise, create, improvise, short-theatre-bites. We will work on story development, the importance of story and authenticity of portraying characters within story.
In addition, you will explore voice, physical performance, song, and monologues and soliloquy.
The opportunity to have fun with costume / props – exploring the aspect of bringing a character to life through stylistic choices, as well as brainstorming design ideas for characters within their short-theatre-bites.
Collaboration is an essential element for an actor to learn. All young actors will have lead and support roles in the many short-theatre-bites that we create.
Timetable and Enrolment
About Jo Rogers
Working with students in screen acting, scriptwriting, filming, editing and making short films, she has been involved within local television and large musical productions, bringing a wealth of knowledge and work experience to her classes.
As lead Project Director and Artistic Manager on various events as well as tutoring and lecturing in Tertiary Education, Jo is able to think logistically and understand the programming and management needed in the success of large scale productions. This last year Jo has worked writing and producing her first novel and feature film script.
Her philosophy is, whether you want to be a movie star, change the world, develop confidence or just have fun, the opportunity to be involved in challenging theatre and screen workshops will give any student the foundation to succeed. Seeing many of her students score roles in local and international films she’s worked to open new pathways and help shape the future of the industry.