Almeida For Free
This free masterclass is exclusively for those aged 25 and under as part of Almeida For Free.
Join Eleanor Rhode for a practical directing masterclass focussed on her approach to building a play using Josh Azouz’s Once Upon a Time in Nazi Occupied Tunisia.
Eleanor Rhode has recently directed Rust (Bush Theatre/HighTide), King John (RSC) and Boudica (Shakespeare’s Globe).
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Saturday 18 September 10.15am
Tickets are free and exclusive to those aged 25 and under, limited to 1 per person. Please bring proof of age.
Please note this masterclass was postponed from its original date of Friday 3 September at 11.30am.
Theatre includes: King John (RSC); Boudica (Shakespeare’s Globe); Blue Door (Theatre Royal Bath); Wendy and Peter Pan (Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh); Toast (Snapdragon Productions/ Park Theatre/ UK Tour/ New York – nominated for UK Theatre Awards’ Best Touring Production 2016); Teddy (Snapdragon Productions - Best New Musical at the 2016 Off West End Awards); Rust (Bush Theatre); Thor and Loki (Edinburgh Festival/ Hightide); Frankenstein (Watermill Theatre/ Wilton’s Music Hall); Terrorism (Bush Theatre); Beauty and the Beast (Watford Palace Theatre); When We Were Women (Orange Tree Theatre); Thark (Park Theatre); Generous; The Drawer Boy; A Life (Finborough Theatre); For All That (Centerstage Theater, Seattle).
Eleanor trained at Mountview Academy and the National Theatre Studio. In 2009 she co-founded Snapdragon Productions to bring neglected and unknown works to new audiences.
This masterclass will last approximately 2 hours.