Workshop Opportunity 2018: Frantic Assembly in SLC

SALT LAKE CITY – On October 31st from 9 AM – 4 PM, Frantic Assembly will be providing a masterclass in devising and physicality for theatre for all interested artists.

Registration is available here:

Frantic Assembly is an internationally renowned, UK-based theatre company led by co-founder and Artistic Director Scott Graham. Celebrated for its accessible and collaborative approach, Frantic Assembly has created award-winning work of breath-taking physical dynamism and emotional eloquence. Frantic Assembly are world leaders in devised and collaborative theatre. The Frantic method of devising liberates creative potential and builds confidence in performers, students and teachers. Frantic Assembly are the company behind the Tony Award-nominated choreography in Broadway’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.

Experience the Frantic method of how we create our award-winning shows:

  • Learn new and exciting approaches to devising work
  • Find ways of creating choreography for groups of all abilities
  • Build your own physical confidence, learn new skills and take them into your own

“In addition to learning so much exciting new material, the energy and skills the practitioners had was incredibly inspiring. I feel like my brain is still on fire from all the new ideas and exercises.” – Workshop Participant, The Drama League, NYC 

Frantic Assembly (UK) is joining us for 2 days

We’re bringing Frantic Assembly out to SLC again. This time for two days. They’ll be conducting a masterclass for interested theatre/dance artists.

DAY ONE – Much like last year (though it may differ a bit) this day will focus on some fundamental principles and exercises.

DAY TWO – This will build on the principles shared in Day One.

You can register for one day or both. If you register for both use the code “BOTHDAYS” to get $30 off registration.

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