After eight months, La Boite Theatre Company are opening their doors and welcoming patrons back into the theatre with a brand-new HWY Live program.
From 5 – 21 November, local audiences are invited to discover some of Brisbane’s breadth of artistic talent through free work-in-development showings and critical conversations about the arts sector or seize the opportunity to get involved through participation in workshops facilitated by leading national and international industry professionals.
During the three-week period, HWY Live’s program will feature six showings, three workshops and three conversations, with all showings and conversations remaining free of charge for audiences.
As part of HWY Live, La Boite continues to show its support to local artists, encouraging them to attend and participate in practical skill workshops with industry powerhouses including, Sarah Houbolt, Louise Gough and Wendall Thomas.
I thought these workshops could be of interest and we can arrange interviews with La Boite Creative Producer, Sanja Simic to discuss the workshop program and the learning opportunities for local artists.
Adaptation of public domain works
Friday 6 November, 9am – 12pm
Facilitated by Wendall Thomas
SENSING THE THEATRICAL WORLD
Tools and techniques for embedding access in performance work
Sunday 8 November, 10am – 5pm
Facilitated by Sarah Houbolt, in partnership with Crossroad Arts
Ideas and Text Development
Sunday 22 November, 2-6pm
Facilitated by Louise Gough