An evening and weekend workshop running 5-9 pm Friday and 10am-6pm on Saturday 15-16 June. This Massive Foundations workshop introduces the techniques used by Massive in creating theatre.
Tutors: Denyce Su'a and Liam Jacobson
Tutoring this class together is a natural fit for Denyce and Liam who were selected to represent NZ at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games in 2014 - not as sporting participants but as young performers charged with creating pop up theatre to help the streets come alive during the event. Register online at www.massivecompany.co.nz - limited spaces
A 4 day workshop running from 10am-4pm every day.
Tutors: Sam Scott and Kura Forrester
Sam Scott is the founding director of Massive. She has been teaching nationally and internationally for 30 years. A founder of theatresports in NZ and a director of Film & TV (including Shortland St 1998-2007) her biggest love is theatre. Her speciality is devising theatre, creating stories with workshop participants that are gutsy, loud, enormously funny, or powerfully emotional. What is created is what the participant wants to create.
Kura Forrester graduated from UNITEC School of Performing and Screen Arts in 2005 and since then has worked as an actress, comedian and writer. Her feature
film credits include; What We Do in The Shadows and Belief: The
Possession of Janet Moses. Her recent theatre credits include ATC’s
Amadeus, Perplex, Camping, The Wholehearted and Nga Pou Wahine. On
the small screen Kura’s credits include, Super City, Find Me A Māori
Bride and The Adventures of Suzy Boon.