Paper Mountain operates on the unceded sovereign lands of the Whadjuk Noongar people of the Bibbulmun nation. The Noongar people past and present are an essential part of our cultural history, Perth’s arts community and Paper Mountain. We extend solidarity and friendship and hope for a future where all are afforded justice, dignity, and peace. Always was and always will be Aboriginal land.
A practical workshop for devisers, theatre-makers, aspiring writers, and anyone who wants to create feminist theatre “from scratch”.
An exploration into the process of using experience, inspiration, imagination and collaboration to create characters, scenes, and stories that authentically reflect the world around you in a way that is uniquely yours.
The workshop begins by looking at the moment when creative work begins – considering what we think about before putting pen to paper to create a script.
We will provide you with inspiration in the form of voice recordings, images and music which you’ll use to inspire a cast of brand-new characters. You’ll write your own monologue and collaborate with your fellow attendees to flesh out your imagery.
The workshop ends with a supportive feedback session where you’ll share responses to each other’s work, discuss how you may develop your scenes/characters in future, and how collaboration can help to improve representation on stage.
Tempest Theatre workshops are open to people of all genders, but have a strong feminist focus, and are aimed specifically at people who feel their voices are often underrepresented on stage – if you are a white, cis, non-disabled, straight man, then this space is not for you. If you have a question about accessibility or content, please feel free to email anytime on firstname.lastname@example.org
Susie Conte is a PAWA award nominated director, best
known for producing and directing textural, magnetic and visceral female
centric shows. She is drawn to unveiling the domestic spaces that women inhabit
and her work is transformative and raw. Susie’s ability to produce vibrant,
resonant feminist works has been well received by critics and audiences alike. As
Artistic Director of tempest, a feminist theatre company based in Perth
exploring and empowering female stories and roles, Susie is committed to
creating spaces for women to grow as well as mentoring the next generation of
female artists. She is currently writing her PhD on feminist theatre praxis at WAAPA.
Located in Paper Mountain’s new Co-Op, exhibition and workshop space at Enex Perth. Paper Mountain would like to give a huge thank you to Activate Perth for helping make Mountain Co-Op happen!
26/09/2020 - 11:00 am
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