Theatre Masterclass w/ Kate Gaul
An eight-week acting workshop with the Artistic Director of Siren Theatre Company.
UPDATE: Please understand due to the current COVID19 situation, we are postponing this course until we know more information. We are aiming to run in June depending on government guidelines. If you would like to register your interest please do so below, we would love to hear from you.
Find new ways into interpreting contemporary theatre texts by working with one of Sydney’s leading theatre directors. Kate will guide you through new points of focus and then ask you to apply these to text-based scenes. You will have time to collaborate with your scene partner on an interpretation and then Kate will direct the scene. We’ll work to turn off your inner critic and remind you how exciting bold, intuitive choices can be to aid your work.
Kate’s classes are safe, inclusive and always inspiring. She will select material for each participant to suit their ability and potential.
For more information about Siren Theatre Company visit – www.sirentheatreco.com
Taking scenes and monologues from contemporary Australian plays, Kate will lead actors through some techniques to sharpen and focus the process of interpretation and acting. If you want to make more intuitive, bold and surprising choices in your next audition and rehearsal, then come along and see how your technique and process can be used in conjunction with new methods and ideas.
- Flex your imaginative muscles
- Sharpen your intuition
- Develop your skills base
When: 8 x Tuesdays
Cost: TBC incl GST (10% off for members)
Time: 7pm – 10pm
Venue: 18 City Rd, Chippendale, NSW 2008
Participants: 12 Maximum
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*Please arrive at 6.45pm latest for a 7pm start
How To Pay & Instalment Option: The easiest way to pay is by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) using the bank details on the invoice (please quote the invoice number in the transfer information), or by simply clicking the ‘pay online’ link also on the invoice (bank fees apply). You will be email an invoice upon acceptance into the program. Payment is due no later than the due date stated on the invoice, however if you would like to pay in instalments please call or email the office to arrange the dates and amounts you will pay. Please note full payment of the course is due by the time the course finishes. You can start payment instalments at anytime upon receipt of the invoice.
About Kate Gaul
Kate Gaul is a Freelance Theatre Director/Designer. Her credits include: NIDA 1996 (Directing Course), Anne Bogart SITI Company NYC 2005. Associate Director Ensemble Theatre 2004/5. Festival Director World Interplay 2009/11. Festival Director Short Play Festival Canberra 2013 – 2015, Cabaret Sydney 2014, Mardi Gras Parade Creative Director 2015/16. Kate’s directing credits include plays, opera, physical theatre, devised works and classics for theatre companies and schools in Australia. Kate has won numerous awards across the fields of directing and design. She is Artistic Director of Siren Theatre Co where her passion is for text-based drama challenges artists and audiences to have bold imaginative experiences. Kate’s play – Fatboy has been produced twice and she has written and directed two short films – Embrace and Cake. In 2017 Siren Theatre Co was nominated for 14 Sydney Theatre Critics Awards: Kate produced and directed The Trouble with Harry (by Lachlan Philpott) and The Ham Funeral (by Patrick White). Misterman (by Enda Walsh), Good with Maps (by Noelle Janazsewska) and One Hander (by Thomas Campbell) all toured internationally. Additionally, Kate inaugurated PLAYLIST in partnership with Seymour Centre and Mardi Gras and was the Sydney producer for the UK production of Joan (which also played at Seymour Centre). Good with Maps toured to regional NSW in 2018.
In 2019 Kate produced and directed The Moors (by Jen Silverman) and PLAYLIST both in conjunction with Seymour Centre and Mardi Gras. Kate is working with Opera Australia to remount By the Light of the Moon for schools touring and is directing a production of the Danish play Nothing for Blue Cow in Tasmania. At the end of this year Kate directs a gender-bending HMS Pinafore for Hayes Theatre.
Apply For The Course
Please send an expression of interest including your C.V. to email@example.com or use the below form. Please note the course is by invitation only. If accepted we shall send out an application form with all the course information. Notification for acceptance will be made no later than one week before course commencement.
If offered your place will only be held once payment is received in full. Failure to do so will forfeit your place on the course. For more information or queries please don’t hesitate to call on (02) 9212 0522 or alternatively email us on the above address.
For further questions or queries please contact us directly during 10am – 5pm / Monday – Friday on the below details:
- Office: (02) 9212 0522
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Address: 18 City Rd, Chippendale NSW 2008
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