Separate Doors to deliver training workshops on inclusive and integrated theatre in Jan 2022 as part of Writing Tomorrow's Theatre project
Separate Doors is coming to Derby Theatre in January, along with its national integrated ensemble of 13 actors with, and without, learning disabilities and neuro-diversities, as part of their Writing Tomorrow's Theatre project.
Working on four new short plays by writers Elizabeth Kuti, Lydia Marchant, Sarah Middleton and Lou Ramsden, the company will host a series of FREE workshops and invite theatre professionals, students, and makers to learn about their unique way of making theatre for everyone – the Silent Approach.
Their method, The Silent Approach, offers a way for non-disabled directors, actors, writers, and producers to include learning disabled and neuro-diverse people and actors in general audience programming.
Their major project, Writing Tomorrow’s Theatre, offers training for professionals in the potential of integrated theatre made using an inclusive approach.
Writing Tomorrow's Theatre Sound Workshop
Tue 11 Jan, 10am - 11am
Writing Tomorrow's Theatre Movement Workshop
Tue 11 Jan, 11am - 12pm
Writing Tomorrow's Theatre Writers' Workshop
Tue 11 Jan, 2pm - 3pm
Writing Tomorrow's Theatre Silent Approach Workshop with Ness Brooks
Tue 11 Jan, 4pm - 5:15pm
Writing Tomorrow's Theatre Relaxed Silent Approach Workshop
Wed 12 Jan, 11:30am - 12:30pm
Following the series of workshops, both participants and audiences can attend a FREE performance of the four new short plays on Wednesday 12 January at 1:45pm.