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Expecting More – Touring 2012

“I think the drama is fantastic – it really engages the students – all the school teaching staff who watched the performance said afterwards how good it was and asked if we can have it again for more students” Kate Watt (Inclusion Manager at the UCA Academy) A hard-hitting theatre show for secondary schools looking […]

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Augsto Boal Workshop

Augusto Boal was a Brazilian theatre practitioner and director. His vision saw theatre as a tool for change. Working alongside often oppressed people, he used theatre to give them a voice to express themselves and make others aware of their situations. He empowered people to become active and use theatre to change their circumstances and […]

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Bertolt Brecht Workshop

A workshop based of the theatre of Brecht Bertolt Brecht was a German director and playwright and is well-known for his political approach to theatre.  Frustrated with the naturalistic theatre of his time, Brecht woke up his audience with alienation devices and removed the wall between actor and audience. His techniques are still used in […]

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Antonin Artaud Workshop

Antonin Artaud theatre Practitioner Workshop  Think of Artaud as the man who established the ‘theatre of cruelty’. This workshop always leaves the participants with a lot to consider, sparking a love for a very alternative approach to theatre.  6thform and college students have described this Artaud workshop as extremely practical and a breath of fresh air. […]

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Stephen Berkoff Workshop

A Theatre Workshop Based on Stephen Berkoff Stephen Berkoff is a British actor, playwright and director. His repertoire includes: East, Decadence, Metamorphosis, Dog, One Man, Oedipus and Greek.  This workshop will focus on the notion of ‘Total Theatre’ and how Berkoff masterfully utilises all elements of the human body on stage. We introduce groups by building the physicality of the performer […]

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Communication training workshop for business

Communication Training – A workshop looking at effective customer service Educational theatre has long been used as a methodology within the workplace. However, the methods that we aim to explore are not conventional training strategies.  This  session has been specifically designed for people in business who deal with customers vocally, whether it’s face-to-face or over […]

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Cyber Bullying DVD – Catch22

When 2engage Performing Arts approached Catch22 Ellesmere Port with their latest project ideas and, ten young people were asked what they wanted to change about their lives and what issues are affecting young people and their peers.  The children from Catch22 unanimously decided that they wanted to tackle the issue of Cyber bullying – A […]

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‘Expecting More’ – Tackling Teenage Pregnancy

Case Study: ‘Expecting More’ a verbatim theatre in education performance raising awareness about teenage pregnancy. Overview: Create an engaging piece of Verbatim theatre to be delivered to Health care professionals at a teenage pregnancy conference Keys Aims Working alongside teenage Mums from Ellesmere port to craft a performance Use interviews and real life accounts to […]

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‘Choices’ A show about Options

Case Study: ‘Choices’ A Theatre in Education performance for year 9 and Year 11 students. Funded by Telford and Wrekin borough council Overview: Create an engaging piece of theatre looking at options for year 9 and year 11 students with a focus on apprenticeships and different learning styles. Keys Aims Raise awareness of choices available […]

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