Starts at 8:00am on Friday 8th September 2017.
Finishes at 3:00pm on Sunday 10th September 2017.
School of the Arts, Singapore
1 Zubir Said Drive
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School of the Arts, Singapore
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Registration is now open.
Registration will close 8th August 2017 unless full.
Travel forms from artists due 8th August 2017.
Participants are advised to arrive into Singapore by evening on Thursday 7th September 2017 and should not plan to leave SOTA until after the last session finishes at 3:00pm on Sunday. Early departures will mean a fully completed certificate of attendance will NOT be able to be issued.
All participants should fly into Singapore Airport and make their own way to the hotel.
The designated hotel is a 4 minute walk from the workshop venue.
Participants are expected to book their own accommodation at the:
Rendezvous Hotel, 9 Bras Basah Road, Singapore 189559.
There is a specially negotiated rate at the Rendezvous hotel, a 4 minute walk from the workshop venue, but it must be done through the attached booking form:
ISTA artists will be booked into the hotel for the nights of the 7th, 8th and 9th September.
Registration fees are £549.00 for teachers from ISTA member schools; £610.00 for teachers from non-member schools.
Fees include tea/coffee and lunch on all days plus all workshop materials, master class and a theatre ticket.
Breakfast should be taken at participant hotels; lunch at the workshop venue; evening meals are not provided.
All participants will take part in one 90-minute master class.
This will be led by Shane Jones on Viewpoints.
All participants will attend one professional theatre performance.
In this case we have been extremly fortunate to be able to fly in the acclaimed Australian production: My name is Rachel Corrie.
A true story. An internationally acclaimed play, based on the diaries and emails of Rachel Corrie. Edited by Katherine Viner and Alan Rickman. Originally presented by Bella Shanley and La Boîte Theatre, Australia.
Directed by Shane Anthony with Julia Billington.
Placing herself between an Israeli Forces bulldozer, and a Palestinian home marked for demolition...Rachel Corrie had faith in humanity. She firmly believed that human compassion would overcome the anguish and complexity of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict in Gaza. She lived, and died for this belief. The events causing her death are disputed. The Israeli Defence Force claims it was an accident; others claim she was deliberately run over by the bulldozer. She was just 23 years old.
Metro Arts Theatre and 23rd Productions (Nominated Best Show for Matilda Awards). He worked as movement coach on the Australian feature film Sleeping Beauty and also as show director for CIRCA on their European tour of CIRCA ‘09. He is soon to return to Hong Kong to direct the new Swedish play, Hyenas.
Australian International School Singapore
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Canadian International School, Singapore
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Nexus International School, Malaysia
QSI International School Chengdu
Shanghai American School - Pudong
Shenzhen senior high school
Southville International School and Colleges
United World College SEA - Dover Campus
Victoria Shanghai Academy
Wellington College International School Shanghai
Rep: Keriann ORourke
TWL: Dinos Aristidou
TWL: Anna Parr