Personal to Universal:
Making Autobiographical Theatre From Scratch
(10 week course)
1 free space for low-income/ unwaged
(2 hours per week)
Hannah is a Lecoq-trained theatre-maker, director and facilitator based in Bristol.
She has toured nationally and internationally with 'So It Goes' (British Council Showcase 2015) and has performed at venues such as the Southbank Centre, Shoreditch Town Hall, The Cruicible (Sheffield) and the New Wolsey. Her latest show, 'Everything I Didn't Say' premiered at Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh in 2019 and is due to tour in Autumn 2021.
A Visiting Practitioner at the Drama Centre London (2019-2021), Hannah is an experienced workshop leader. She has also lead short workshops on autobiographical theatre at Vaults Festival and IdeasTap to name a few.
About the course
On The Run, makers of Edinburgh hit 'So It Goes' (5*s Times) and Everything I Didn’t Say (4*s The List) are delivering a 10 week workshop series on autobiographical theatre led by Artistic Director Hannah Moss.
Using techniques from her own rehearsal process, Hannah will guide you through a weekly 2 hour workshop of discovery and development as you nurture and grow autobiographical ideas from scratch. You will work both individually and in a group delving into the past and bringing experiences to life.
Aimed at professionals/semi-professionals (although anyone is welcome to join!), this workshop's weekly sessions explore a different theme or aspect of autobiographical performance each week.
This course is fully online. You must have access to a computer, internet connection and have downloaded Zoom.
Tuesdays at 6:30pm
5th October 2021 - 7th December 2021
Full: £15 per 2 hour session (£150 for the full 10 week programme)
Conc: £13 per 2 hour session (£130 for the full 10 week programme)
We are reserving one free space for someone who is unwaged / low income. Please get in touch with us by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to reserve this spot on a no questions asked first come, first served basis.