THEATRE MAKERS: Dr Lynne Bradley | Schools Access

THEATRE MAKERS: Dr Lynne Bradley | Schools Access

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Ever wondered how directors bring their vision to life? THEATRE MAKERS: Directors at Work is a four part docu-series that follows innovative Queensland theatre directors and their process of devising theatre. From interviews, working with actors on the floor in both workshops and rehearsals, to the polished scene, see how these contemporary directors bring their work to life. Each episode focuses on a specific director, and explores their personal philosophies, methodologies and approaches to theatre making. Includes practical exercises for immediate application in the classroom or rehearsal room.

This Episode focuses on Dr Lynne Bradley as she explores a Butoh version of The Tempest.

Producer: Nicole Reilly
Director: Simon Woods
Cinematographer: Brendan Williams ACS
Practitioners: Drew der Kinderen (Medea: The River Runs Backwards), Shock Therapy's Sam Foster & Hayden Jones (Undertow), Dr Lynne Bradley (The Tempest), Michael Futcher (The Drowning Bride).
Composer: Darrin Verhagen & John Cummings
Editor: Brett Straughan & Jordyn Hayney
Presented by Magic Lantern and Zen Zen Zo Physical Theatre.

This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.

THEATRE MAKERS: Dr Lynne Bradley | Schools Access
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    Ever wondered how directors bring their vision to life? THEATRE MAKERS: Directors at Work is a four part docu-series that follows innovative Queensland theatre directors and their process of devising theatre. From interviews, working with actors on the floor in both workshops and rehearsals, to t...