Tamasha in partnership with KLS & Associates present
Headphone Verbatim Technique with Kristine Landon-Smith
A week-long workshop, training and performance opportunity from Tamasha's co-founder.
Immediate, nimble and authentic; headphone verbatim allows for a fast and agile response to the quickly changing political landscape. In developing this technique, its pioneers, Anna Deveare-Smith and Mark Wing Davey led a revolution in theatre in 1990s America.
We're offering a unique training and performance opportunity to artists in the headphone verbatim technique with the chance to make and perform in a headphone verbatim show at Rich Mix on 17th February 2018. Kristine Landon-Smith, previous Artistic Director of Tamasha, will lead a week-long workshop teaching the headphone verbatim technique: this includes how to interview, the purpose of the edit, how to edit and how to perform. This will give participants the tools to respond rapidly to the issues of the day - a method that could not be more crucial in the current global political climate.
The week will culminate in the performance at Rich Mix where the participants will showcase the pieces they have developed throughout the week.
There are 15 places available and artists are asked to submit a short statement of interest plus an accompanying cv or short biography.
Application deadline 26 Jan
Workshop Week - 12-16 Feb
Performance 17 Feb - More Info >
*£120 early bird places available. Pay by December 1st
It's easy to apply: Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV or short bio and a short statement of interest with “Headphone Verbatim Opportunity” in the subject line. Please also include a completed Data Form which you can download here>
Please apply only if you can make all the dates.
NB: This is a practical workshop and participants need to bring a device to record, a device with software such as Audacity or Garageband to edit on and headphones to listen back to interviews. If you do not have access to Audacity or Garageband please let us know as support can be provided.