- Liverpool Everyman Theatre
- Wednesday 22nd April 2015
- Includes lunch, and evening ticket to Crouch, Touch, Pause, Engage
INSET DAY: Max Stafford-Clark on Verbatim Theatre
“A great day. A genuine privilege” Jeremy Eden, Hayes School Bromley
Response to a previous Out of Joint inset day
We are proud to announce Out of Joint’s next Inset day. Our previous inset days in London have proved popular and successful. This time around we invite you to join Max Stafford-Clark and special guests on April 22nd 2015 for a day exploring Verbatim Theatre. The day will focus on the process of creating a piece of theatre from research and interviews, discussing past Out of Joint verbatim productions and using Max’s rehearsal methods. We will be hosted at Liverpool’s Everyman Theatre on Hope Street, a 10 minute walk from Liverpool Lime Street Station.
The inset day costs £160 and includes lunch and a ticket to see that evening’s performance of Crouch, Touch, Pause, Engage by Robin Soans – Out of Joint’s new verbatim play about Welsh rugby star Gareth Thomas and his hometown, Bridgend.
The day will begin at 10.30am with a meet and greet, followed up by the workshop. Lunch break will be at 1pm and then there will be a discussion on a variety of Out of Joint verbatim productions and their development process. The day will finish with a Q&A and a break before the play at 5.30pm.
For more information about the day and to book your place, send an email via email@example.com. You can also call us on 020 7609 0207.
Here are responses to some previous inset days:
“The most inspiring and fun INSET ever. Max is such a fascinating fund of practical, and academic, knowledge” Caroline Fooks, Reading School
“I have been a teacher for nearly 20 years and have attended many and various training days but the session at Out Of Joint was the most enjoyable, useful and genuinely inspiring that I have experienced” Lucy Huntbach, Salford City College
“I think the day was very valuable and very much informed my teaching. I felt it has given me a wealth of information and strategies to use with my A Level students studying the text. Having Max and the actors/ designers there gave it a real authenticity and increased the experience.” Rob Smith, St. Augustine’s Catholic College
“Very useful and enjoyable” Roz Duffin, Colyton Gramma School