DOMINIC COOKE : Directing The Warrior and the Village
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DATES: 3rd–5th August | TIME: 10:30am - –5:00pm PLACE: Central London | COST: £150.00 | FOR: Directors, Writers and Theatre Makers
Which is more important; our need to be individual or our need to belong? Does belief shape our experience or is it the other way round? How important is it for us to create a personal narrative that makes sense?
Using a contemporary play text, Dominic will look at how an understanding of our primal drives can help release deep and detailed work on stage.
Dominic Cooke is an Olivier Award-winning director and playwright, and was Artistic Director of the Royal Court theatre from 2006-13 (presiding over international hits including Jerusalem, Clybourne Park and Enron). In addition to his directing work, he has written for the RSC and Young Vic, was awarded a CBE for Services to Drama, and holds an Honorary Doctorate in Letters at the University of Warwick. He is currently completing editing Henry VI, pts. 1, 2 & 3 and Richard III for the BBC’s Hollow Crown series.
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