Meath County Council Arts Office is delighted to present Curtain Call, a one day theatre production workshop that is part of the FEACH professional arts development training programme. Curtain Call, facilitated by Delphine Coudray is designed for Meath Drama Groups, Musical Societies, clubs and individuals will explore the issues involved in producing and staging a show. This one day workshop will be held on Saturday September 12th from 11am – 4pm in the Ardboyne Hotel, Navan.
Over the course of the workshop the group will discover or re-discover the basics about production: how to choose a script or a theme, how to deal with rights, insurance, choice of venue, director, cast, crew, how to organise rehearsals, budget, set, props, costumes, marketing and audience management. Under these headlines, each participant will be given documentation and practical tools to ensure each project undertaken runs smoothly and successfully.
The afternoon session will be more hands-on, with an opportunity for participants to share past experiences, what worked and what didn’t for them on past productions, brain-storm ideas for future projects and work in smaller groups on specific cases. The facilitator will provide advice as part of a “stage clinic” session.
Delphine Coudray is the Director of local company Oulala Productions. She has more than 20 years experience in Theatre, both on and off stage. She trained in France, Denmark and Ireland (SFX City Theatre Dublin, Gaiety School of Acting, National Association for Youth Drama, Fishamble and the Association of Theatre Directors Ireland). She has directed a number of professional and community plays as well as short films and coach actors for feature films.
Places are free of charge but limited and booking is essential. All booking enquiries are to Meath County Council Arts Office at email@example.com or 046 9097414