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NEIL LABUTE – "WHY DON'T WE DO IT IN THE ROAD?“: EXAMINING THE WRITER/ACTOR RELATIONSHIP
Neil LaBute
"WHY DON'T WE DO IT IN THE ROAD?: examining the writer/actor relationship through practical application and performance (while utilizing the music of The Beatles)" A four-day intensive workshop in which writers will be paired with actors to create a new and unique piece of theatrical material that will be performed by the company on the fourth day of the workshop. Writers will audition actors to be a member of eight creative teams. Writers & actors will then collaborate on individual monologues through sessions of discussion, rehearsal, re-writing, fine-tuning and finally performance. The work of the entire company will be presented to the public in a finished performance (along with a question & answer period) on our final meeting. The music of The Beatles will be incorporated simply because they're fun to listen to (and also because they're a great example of a successful collaboration between very disparate parties).

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