Practical theatre workshops at Tuggers

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TUGGERANONG Arts Centre and its new resident company Rebus Theatre are collaborating with local theatre designer Christiane Nowak to provide a free workshop series in design for people with and without disabilities who are interested designing set, costumes, and props for theatre performances.

Christiane Nowak
Christiane Nowak

The workshop will happen over three sessions across two weekends in September and will lead participants through the process of developing set, prop and costume design for Rebus Theatre’s two existing short plays.

Participants will be led through how to address elements of a design brief including stylistic and practical requirements, how to design, source, create, and make sets and props.

The series is open to people with and without disabilities and the three workshops will be held at Tuggeranong Arts Centre on Saturday September 5 10am-3pm, Saturday September 12 1-5pm and Sunday September 13 1-5pm

Entries by email to info@rebustheatre.com by 5pm on Friday August 21. Email the same address for details of what should be on the submission form.

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