Auditions for "Teacher! Teacher!"
January 17, 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Studio S in Kennedy Theatre (1770 East-West Road)
This project integrates research and performance to explore the landscape of public education through the eyes of first-year teachers. Ethnodrama transforms research data, such as interview transcripts, into a creative product. In this case, researchers interview first-year teachers while performers develop a series of scenes, dances, poems, metaphors, and vignettes through playbuilding. Our playbuilding process involves creating ensemble pieces through collaboration, improvisation, feedback & revision--all based on the performers' strengths. The culminating performances target audiences composed of first year teachers and teacher candidates who are entering the field, an approach to applied theatre that focuses on challenging our community with real social issues and concerns.
PREPARE: The audition is a one-hour workshop which mirrors principles of playbuilding. Performers can expect to jump into theatre games, improvisation, and collaboration. No preparation required.
WHEN: Thursday, January 17, 4:30-5:30pm
WHERE: Studio S (inside Kennedy Theatre) 1770 East-West Road. Enter through the back door which is accessible from the parking lot behind the theatre.
PERFORMANCE RUN: April 16-18
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Call or email Jamie Simpson Steele at (808) 255-2545 or firstname.lastname@example.org
SUPPORT: This project is made possible by The Edward A. "Skeep" Langhans Enhancement of the Student Experience Award.
Theatre and Dance, Mānoa Campus