Students from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, who are currently training to be actors, will run workshops on ways to engage with theatrical experience; with games and exercises from finding a character to storytelling, they will share aspects of their training and in doing so discover why the theatrical event that we watch is called a play .
No experience is necessary – just curiosity and a sense of fun.
Playwright; Associate Director, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London||
Playwright; Associate Director, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London
| ||Nona Shepphard is a freelance writer, director and deviser with over 150 productions and 40 commissioned plays to her credit. Her plays for a young audience recieved several awards and have been presented in the USA, Canada, Europe and Russia. Among her most recent writings are: "Signs of a Star-Shaped Diva" for GraeaeTheatre Company/Theatre Royal Stratford and Therese Raquin a musical version of Emile Zola's novel. She is the Associate Director of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) and Creative Director of RADA Enterprises.|