The actor must be given the opportunity to grow, learn, experiment and practice. theatrethreesixty’s actor trainers, Nicole Ann Thomas and Alex Chua, invite all beginner and intermediate actors who are keen to develop their foundation in acting technique to audition to be part of a 16-session workshop series built around preparation, creative independence, cooperation and technique.
A biweekly content developmental lab and writing space aimed at providing a safe space for writers to develop new writings for the stage.
theatrethreesixty presents a month of eclectic works – from theatre, dance, to performance art – in a collection that will fascinate and resonate with you. Join us for we are theatrethreesixty as we introduce you to what we do, what we will do and where we are going, as we launch our inaugural 2014 season.
We are opening our doors to all interested performance artists and actors of all levels to submit their own performance art pieces for consideration to be featured during the 2 day exhibition on Sat, Apr 26 & Sun, Apr 27.
The aim of the Actor’s Gym is to instill the disciplines of preparation, independence, cooperation and technique in its participants. The modules give an introduction to techniques that will add to the actor’s toolkit and hopefully open the way to deeper, more meaningful approaches to acting.
EMP presents Jody Lancaster’s newest comedy about the war of the sexes and the great eternal mystery of what women want from men. Be prepared for a rollercoaster evening filled with rings, psychotic jewellers, absurd tea parties and useless men, in a unique immersive staging where the audience members watch events unfold up close and personal on the stage itself!
In London, there is a very special TV show. A revolution in trash TV on a whole new level. A show that celebrates the tragic, the freakish and the downtrodden. And those who make it to the show can become celebrities and be remembered as the sweethearts of TV stardom. That show is The Danny Crowe Show.
With growing doubts about the marriage, and the arrival of Linda’s old flame, her ex-boyfriend who is now a successful musician, and the marriage less than 12 hours away, will Linda go through with the wedding or will she abandon her friends’ dreams and ideas for her, with potentially devastating consequences?
What’s on the other side of the mirror? What’s in the world of the looking glass? On a cold and rainy day, Alice discovers just what’s on the other side as she steps through the mirror pane into the world of Wonderland…
There are two things in the world that rarely does what you ask of them – technology and dinner guests. Sometimes its harmless but sometimes … Chink! Devices become hostile, steaks go cold over icy glances and some guests should just be kept apart in this collection of three short plays about how quickly the wine can go sour to both hilarious and dramatic results.
T4YP alumnus Tung Jit Yang (2009) directs this mix-bag of plays from British playwright Michael Frayn and T4YP Team member Alex Chua.
EMP is opening up a new set of auditions for their end-of-2012 production of Amy Tan’s ‘The Joy Luck Club’! The play tells the story of four older Chinese-American women and their complex relationships with their American-born daughters. Through revelations of their immense history, about their lives in China in the early 20th century to the beginning of their new lives in San Francisco from the 1950s to the 1980s…
This is the last LiveShocks session before our Christmas break. LiveShocks will resume in January 2012.