This is a repeating eventjuly 27, 2023 3:30 pm
Announcing our upcoming QUEER THEATRE PROGRAM in collaboration with the amazing folks from Milk Crate Theatre. WHAT IS IT? ‘Join Milk Crate Theatre as you explore the
Announcing our upcoming QUEER THEATRE PROGRAM in collaboration with the amazing folks from Milk Crate Theatre.
WHAT IS IT? ‘Join Milk Crate Theatre as you explore the art of storytelling and discover how to turn your creative ideas into original scripts.Collaborate with industry professionals as you explore your ideas, bring characters to life and write dialogue that will leave audiences hanging on your every word!Grow in confidence as you develop your skills step-by-step and craft the stories of the future in this inclusive and supportive writer’s room’.
The details: This program is a free 9-week program for LGBTIQA+ folks aged 16-25yo.
When: 3:30pm-5pm on Thursdays, beginning Thursday 20th July, 2023.
Where: Twenty10 – 37 Shepherd Street, Chippendale NSW 2008
About the facilitators:
Lu Bradshaw is a queer and trans non-binary playwright and director living and working on unceded Dharawal land. In 2021, they graduated from the Bachelor of Performance (Dean’s Scholar) and are currently studying Creative Arts Honours (Theatre), both at the University of Wollongong. Voices, their debut solo performance work, showed in 2020 and showcased stories of community and belonging from Lu’s local queer community. Their short play Notes premiered at UOW in January 2022, and they are currently co-writing two full-length shows. Lu is passionate about using theatre as a platform to showcase trans and queer stories and relationships, and their practice centres these identities.
Charley is a director, dramaturge, and theatre maker, holds a Master of Fine Arts in Directing from the National Institute of Dramatic Arts (NIDA) and an Advanced Diploma of Arts in Acting from the Adelaide College of The Arts (AC Arts) and has trained in Viewpoints, Suzuki and Composition with Tina Mitchell, Zen Zen Zo and SITI Company. Charley currently maintains substantial practices in both Adelaide and Sydney. Charley has worked in the arts since the age of 5; first as a classical boy soprano, then as a musical theatre performer, an actor, and since 2010 as a director and producer. Charley served as director and dramaturge on Trans Scripts for Paul Lucas Productions (NYC), an on-again-off-again engagement lasting over two years and including developments and performances in New York, New Jersey, Dorset, London, and Adelaide.
Twenty10 inc. GLCS NSW