The Culture Crew
It gives us great pleasure to invite you to experience TheatreiNQ's Culture Courses.
The Culture Club
(Grades 4 ‐ 6)
The Culture Crew
(Grades 7 – 10)
The Culture Company
(Grades 11 ‐12)
Inspired by working with a group of young children during our 2011 production of The Merry Wives Of Windsor, Artistic Director Terri Brabon created the unique school
holiday experiences The Culture Club & The Culture Crew to expose young minds to the wonders of William Shakespeare.
In 2018, we introduce the next level of our Culture Courses, The Culture Company. The Company is a series of 4 x 4 week workshops – offered 4 times a year. Each series is lead by Company Actor/ThiNQ Ed Co-ordinator, Arminelle Fleming and you can sign up for the entire year, or choose what series works for you.
For Students In Grades 11 - 12
The Culture Companyhas been specifically created for young people with a genuine interest in pursuing acting and the performing arts industry. Young people in years 11 & 12 have the opportunity to attend 4 x 4 week series of workshops focusing on specific performance skills. This skills development programme is ideal for young people intending on applying for The Bridge Project or tertiary training institutions in the future.
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$110 (inc. GST)Includes: 4 Day Workshop
Complimentary Culture Crew T-Shirt
2 x Complimentary Tickets to Shakespeare Under the Stars 2018
Where And When
Tuesday Afternoons 3.30pm – 5.30pmVenue:. TheatreiNQ
50 Allen St
Course Facilitator Assistant
Training Your Voice
February 13th – March 6thLearn how to develop strength and agility with your speaking voice. Focusing on projection, resonance and articulation, participants discover how to train their voice for performance readiness.Acting To Camera
April 24th - May 15thBased on Stanislavski's methodology and Practical Aesthetics (created by William H Macy and David Mamet), this bootcamp focuses on how to analyse screenplays and bring them to life with authenticity, as well as developing techniques for performing in front of a camera.
July 24th - August 14thUsing the traditional Shakespearean performance style used by the Royal Shakespeare Company, articipants explore the language, rhythm and performance clues hidden in the text. An understanding of and proficiency in Shakespearean performance is a requirement for any serious drama student, making this intensive a must.
(Specific Dates To Be Advised)Learn how to prepare and present an audition with confidence; improve ability to be bold and spontaneous, learn how to connect with others and how to bring out the best you possible. Particularly suitable for people with imminent auditions.