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Workshop (Calgary): Directing with Kevin McKendrick (May 4) – Morpheus Theatre

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Workshop (Calgary): Directing with Kevin McKendrick (May 4) – Morpheus Theatre

Morpheus-LogoDirecting Workshop
With Kevin McKendrick

Sunday, May 4, 12:00 – 6:00pm

Participants will explore intermediate directing subjects, including: an actor’s role versus a director’s, helping actors perform in harmony with your vision, & building a unified team.
Newcomers are welcome, but be aware that this workshop will be set at an intermediate level, and basic concepts will not be the focus.

Kevin McKendrick is a Calgary based director, producer, performer, educator, and arts administrator. His direction has been nominated for eight Betty Mitchell Awards, and his productions of Urinetown, Boy Gets Girl, and The Good Life won the Betty Mitchell Award for Outstanding Direction. Glenn, which he directed for Blacklist Theatre, won a special Betty Mitchell Award jury prize for Outstanding Ensemble (2005). Kevin has directed for nearly every professional theatre company in Calgary, and has directed work in Edmonton, Banff, Ontario, Manitoba, and British Columbia. Kevin has taught acting and directing at The University of Alberta, Red Deer College, Central Memorial Performing Arts program, and Mount Royal University.

Where: Lower Level, Parkdale Community Centre (3512 5 Avenue NW)
Cost: $40 (discounts available for groups of 5 or more, Or, register for 3 workshops and get the 3rd one for 50% off! contact Morpheus Theatre for details)

Refreshments served from 11:30 – 12:00pm

For more information, or to register, please visit our website at or call (403) 246-2999.

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*These workshops are sponsored by Theatre Alberta with funding from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts & Christie Lites Sales
This valuable workshop is presented at this low price in the spirit of Community Theatre.


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