Directing Shakespeare with Young People
8-9 February 2013
The Merchant of Venice and Othello
Clore Learning Centre, Stratford-upon-Avon
Maximum of 14 participants
Ideal for: all teachers seeking to develop their directing skills
This course offers a range of strategies and ideas to direct young people to confidently perform Shakespeare. The focus will be on directing approaches that encourage interpretive choices about character and motivation through a connection to Shakespeare's language.
You'll work with directors who are at the heart of the RSC to consider the role of the director, ensemble approaches to theatre-making, and how the company explores text in the rehearsal room. During the second day, you'll have chance to review the production that you've seen the night before and practice your directing skills.
Cost: £275 (£250 RSC Education Members)
This cost includes a ticket to the evening production The Winter's Tale on Friday 8 February 2013.
This course is restricted to a maximum of 14 participants so please book early.
'What an amazing two days it's been! Utterly inspirational and a great privilege to work with you all. Thank you.'
Teacher participant, 2011
How to book
Call our Education Ticket Hotline on 0844 800 1113. Open 8.30am - 5pm Monday-Friday during term time, it is staffed by education specialists who can answer your questions and take bookings.
Outside these hours, please call 0844 800 1110.
Alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the online booking form and then email it to us.
Discounted tickets for teachers: When you attend a course in Stratford-upon-Avon, you can buy a ticket for the production showing that night for £12.50 (subject to availability).
RSC Education Membership: Your school can become an RSC Education Member which gives all staff a range of benefits including priority booking for tickets, discounts for education activities and special Members events.
RSC workshops, conferences and professional development courses for students and teachers are generously supported by THE CLORE DUFFIELD FOUNDATION.