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What is MAKE? (from Dublin Fringe Festival)

MAKE is a collaborative initiative by Dublin Fringe Festival, Project Arts Centre and Theatre Forum, committed to the generation of new Irish performance work. It will take the form of a residential laboratory open to Irish and international artists, whereby ideas for new performance works will be developed with the assistance of renowned international theatre artists Florian Malzacher, Richard Gregory and Gerardo Naumann.

Over the course of one week, 15 practitioners will come together at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre, Annnaghmakerrig. Their purpose there will have an expressed emphasis on creating new work with assistance, mentoring and support, rather than learning specific skills or techniques. The week long laboratory will culminate in a short showing of the work they have developed over the course of the week. The emphasis of this workshop will be on the generation of new performance work outside of the traditional writer-led model.

Who is eligible?

Make is open to theatre makers with an idea or concept for a performance they would like to develop using a non-literary approach to dramaturgical research. Make is open to practitioners at all career levels, but will be of particular benefit to directors with an interest in contemporary performance practice, documentary theatre and post-dramatic theatre.

How can I apply?

Applicants should apply with a CV or biog, detailing their experience, and a letter of application, outlining the project they would like to develop as part of Make.

What is the selection process?

Applicants will be selected according to their relevant experience and the scope of the project they wish to develop as part of MAKE.

Where does it take place, what is the cost?

The Tyrone Guthrie Centre, Annaghmakerrig, 22-29 March 2009. Please note that this laboratory is residential and applicants must be available to attend for the total period without exception. The cost of participation is €200.

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