We’re excited to launch a full series of public workshops this season covering a variety of theatre skills from technical production to performance. Whether you’re a would-be theatre artist or an experienced performer, our 2019-2020 workshop series has something just for you. Let’s learn and grow together.
Dates, times and locations for all workshops will be announced in August 2019. Check back for complete details!
Setting The Scene - September 28, 2019
A hands-on exploration of scenic painting for theatre sets and props with instruction from TNB’s Head of Props and Paint Elaine Bellefontaine.
A hands-on exploration of scenic painting for theatre sets and props with instruction from TNB’s Head of Props and Paint, Elaine Bellefontaine.
This afternoon workshop will explore a variety of techniques and textures used to create stunning visuals for set and prop design.
All materials included.
Paint clothes and shows highly recommended.
Participants will end up with two 2'x2' panels showcasing different paint techniques.
Workshop fee: $45+HST
Max. class size: 15
To register, please email email@example.com and include "Setting The Scene" in the subject line.
Manager on Duty - October 13
A stage manager’s role in the production process with guest instructor Judy Joe, former assistant technical and facilities director – The Fredericton Playhouse.
Stage managers are the unsung heroes of the performing arts. Behind every strong theatre performance is a hardworking stage manager. Even before the first day of rehearsal happens, stage managers have been busy planning, plotting and organizing the entire process so that actors, designers, directors, musicians and everyone else involved are provided a clear path to the end goal – a great show and a great experience! There are so many moving parts involved in a theatre production and it’s the stage manager’s responsibility to keep them all moving in the same direction.
In this workshop, Judy Joe will share her expertise gained through years working with Theatre New Brunswick, Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival, the Fredericton Playhouse and others. Learn how to run an effective rehearsal and deliver a top-notch performance, and see for yourself why stage managers everywhere are the bread and butter of the biz!
This workshop is presented in partnership with Theatre St. Thomas.
Registration closes October 4.
Workshop fee: $30+HST
Max. class size: 15
To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and include "Manager on Duty " in the subject line.
Setting the Stage
An overview of theatre light design with instruction from TNB Technical Director Trent Logan.
Fight Choreography with guest instructors Karen Bassett, an internationally performer and theatre instructor and TNB Theatre School instructor Jean-Michel Cliche.
A workshop in movement with guest instructor Alexis Milligan, a Nova Scotia based actor, choreographer and teacher.
A Sampling of Technical Theatre
A remount of our 2019 workshop offering an overview of lighting, sound and projection for theatre, with TNB Technical Director Trent Logan and local guest artists.
An Introduction to Musical Theatre Dance Technique
A adult class with instruction from TNB Theatre School instructor Courtney Arsenault.
This series supported by the City of Fredericton.
Some of these workshops will be presented in partnership with UNB and STU’s drama departments.