How does one take a script on to the stage? How does a script become a movie or teledrama? How does one understand the many layers of meanings that a script might hold?
Come get important and penetrating insights in this rare Script Analysis Workshop in Kuala Lumpur by Janet Pillai!
This workshop will introduce actors, directors and designers to a simple method on how to analyse a written script, using conflict theory. Participants will be able to learn about the historical background of the drama, the main conflict, characters and their needs, theme and the writer’s intentions. The method also is applicable to devising plays from contemporary issues.
Janet Pillai lectures in Universiti Sains Malaysia's Drama and Theatre Department and is a pioneer children's theatre practitioner in Malaysia, who began her career in the early 1980’s. Besides directing children’s theatre, as well as conducting research and training in arts education, her teaching focus in recent years has been in the area of script analysis, acting and directing for stage and television.
Dates: 14 & 15 May 2011
Time: 11am – 4pm (4 hours workshop, 1 hour lunch break)
Cost: RM100 for total 8 hour session
Venue: Five Arts Centre Studio, 27 & 27A Lorong Datuk Sulaiman 7, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur.
Directors, performers, choreographers, film makers, TV directors, writers... and anyone who just wants to have fun analysing scripts!
To register: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Faiq at 012 5162891.