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What's on | Drama expert panel | How do you create a thriving company
How do you create a thriving company?
Join our three expert theatre-makers in conversation during this 90-minute online panel and listen to them discuss their real-world experiences of setting up a performance company. How does an individual or group of like-minded artists come together around a shared idea and build it into a cohesive and thriving organisation?
Our panellists will discuss how they articulate a vision, find a structure, create their work, and reach an audience. The event will focus on the content of the new Stage 1 and Stage 2 Drama subject outlines. It will support teachers in their understanding of what is required to successfully transform raw creative inspiration into a tangible, viable and hypothetically tourable reality.
Following the discussion, the panellists will address your questions.
Why should I attend?
HEAR from renowned theatre-makers Chris Drummond, Jascha Boyce, Daisy Brown.
ENRICH your teaching skills and practice, and deepen your knowledge of how to build a professional-style theatre company.
DISCOVER contemporary directing approaches for authentic performing artists.
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Artistic Director of Brink Productions, Chris's productions have been presented by most major theatre companies in Australia. Credits include Memorial, The Aspirations of Daise Morrow, When the Rain Stops Falling and Night Letters (STCSA). In 2010 Limelight magazine nominated Chris one of the top 50 players in the arts in Australia.
Jascha Boyce is a founding member and company director of Gravity & Other Myths (GOM), the Adelaide based acrobatics and physical theatre company.
Jascha has recently launched Pulsing Heart, a creative studio crafting immersive activations and participatory art installations.
After over 25 years of training, teaching, and performing, Jascha now focuses her creative passion and drive, pushing the boundaries of new circus and participatory art through simplicity, honesty, and innovation.
Daisy Brown is a highly experienced theatre-maker, director, and educator in the Adelaide arts scene. She has directed, devised, or produced over 30 new Australian works. She is also a practicing high school teacher and has taught at Flinders University’s Drama Centre and AC Arts specialising in acting, direction, and devising. Daisy is co-creator of independent theatre company The Misery Children. Their upcoming work, The World is Looking for You, premieres in 2021. Daisy creates intimate, engaging theatre with emotional truth to remind us all that we are human.