Hatbox Theatre's educational series for theatre artists and the public looking to explore the theatrical arts and expand their capabilities. Each month we hold a two-hour (plus!) workshop on different topics including: lighting, sound, projections, costumes, design, acting, improv, directing, publicity and more!

APRIL 21

Shakespeare Conservatory Workshop

This workshop, for both beginners and those with more advanced experience acting Shakespeare’s work, will introduce conservatory-level acting exercises and coaching in embodying, clarifying, and activating Shakespeare verse materials. Have a monologue or soliloquy you’re working on? Bring it in! If not, no worries, all welcome and encouraged! Please do dress to move, and bring a ball with some weight (if possible), as well as two copies of your monologue/soliloquy (if relevant).

Led by Michael Cobb, past coach for the Shakespeare Theater in Washington, D.C., Guthrie Theater, Denver Center Theater Company, and Theater de la Jeune Lune, and former Head of Text at the National Theatre Conservatory and full-time graduate and undergraduate acting and voice faculty at Universities of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Utah.

MAY 19

Graphic Design for Theatre Publicity
Presented by Andrew Pinard

I'll reach out and see if we can coerce another graphic designer to join us as well for an alternative perspective.

Topics to include:

  • Copy
  • Graphics
  • Type
  • Photography
  • Licensing/Royalty Free Resources
  • Composition
  • Schedules
  • Tools (paid and free)
  • Resolution
  • Print vs. Web
  • File Formats

We will analyze both classic and current posters with an eye for effectively grabbing audience interest. Other topics as raised by attendees.

Start making a list of questions!

JUNE 9

Publicity for Theatre
Presented by Jackie Coffin

JULY 21

AUGUST 11

Please select a performance
Sat, May 19th, 2018 at 2:00 pm
Graphic Design for Theatre Publicity
Sat, Jun 9th, 2018 at 2:00 pm
Publicity for Theatre
 
 

Free to Hatbox members and Season Production Teams; $10 for non-members and the general public. $7 for students.