This one of a kind program caters to the popular school movement towards large-cast performance, whole-school events, parades, flash-mobs and mass movement exhibitions. Presented by a world leader in large-scale choreography who has directed, choreographed and produced segments for multiple international events, this course equips participants with the inspiration and tools to plan, produce, rehearse and master the skills required to work with 40, 400 or 4000 performers.
The Project – Schools Industry Arts is a NSW Institute of Teachers’ endorsed provider of Institute Registered professional development for the maintenance of accreditation of Professional Competence.
DATE: 4th June OR 5th November 2013 *Bookings for June course close soon* VENUE: The Seymour Centre TIME: 9:00am-5:00pm COST: $220 - This includes morning and afternnoon tea, lunch, and all support materials for course learning and program implementation at school. TO BOOK: Seymour Box Office on 02 9351 7940 or at www.seymourcentre.com.au MORE INFORMATION: Email us or 02 9351 7922 COURSE TUTORS: Click here to meet some of the industry professionals who will be tutors for this course
Scope of Endorsement – Professional Teaching Standards:1.2.1, 3.2.4, 4.2.4, 4.2.5, 5.2.3, 6.2.4 and 7.2.3
Producing any performance or event on a big scale is exciting but also very challenging due to the enormity of the parameters and it takes planning, planning and more planning. However, such a project could provide an unforgetable performance experience for the students, staff and audience that celebrates the uniqueness of the school community and provides a memorable and defining experience for all involved. The skills in planning and producing a large-scale performance can be just as relevant to smaller performance projects and can direct the planning of other mass events such as concerts, parades and productions.
This one of a kind one day interactive workshop will provide teaches with the inspiration and tools to feel confident to plan and produce a large-scale performance event. Sessions will include concept development, choreographic design, rehearsal process, prop and costume distribution, stage management, and performance production for items of all scales and styles. Teachers will conclude the workshop with a variety of tools which can be tailored to the creative needs of the performance and within the time, resource and financial constraints of the schools-based project.